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Where is the GALSync source code in MIIS 2007?

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Hi,

I'm looking for the source code for the GALSync.dll. When I go to the folder I think it is supposed to be in (C:\Program Files\Microsoft Identity Integration Service\SourceCode) there are no .vb files--only the compiled DLL.

I am using MIIS 2007. I can find the source code on an installation of 2003 I have. The DLL version numbers are very different though.

Does anyone have any idea where I can find this source code?

Thank you for any help!

Sami
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Ah... figured it out. The files were in the MAData folder. For some reason, when I searched the directory structure for *.vb, I received no search results, though my sys ad did. Weird.

Thanks,

Sami
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