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Hi everybody
when I change Maximum send or receive size in my hub transport it takes long time (about 2 0r 3 hours) to effect user clients how can I force it to clients ?
 
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Once the limit has been configured then....Force AD Replication and then restart the Transport service or the AD Topology service
Now check what happens
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I do this actions but still does not work properly !
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by:Mestha
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That is the expected behaviour.
Exchange caches a lot of settings and that cache is only flushed every coupe of hours.
You can force the cache to be flushed by restarting the information store - however that will kick all users out.

While the cache time can be reduced, it is not recommended. I once saw the cached time reduced to such a level that it took 20 minutes for the server to be responsive and the mouse dragged across the screen very slowly. I ended up stopping all of the Exchange services and then resetting the cache time back and rebooting both the Exchange server and its domain controller.

Simon.
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This article should do it for you
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb684892.aspx
 
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