Exchange 2007 server is not able to create accounts in the parent domain.

Posted on 2009-07-15
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
My exchange 2007 CCR cluster is a member of I am wanting to create accounts in I am unable to selece this option when creating accounts. What do i need to change?
Question by:brooksinc1
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Try running /preparealldomain option in Parent DC.

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Where is the file?

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You'll find on your Exchange 2007 Installation disk.  From a command prompt, browse to your CD/DVD drive, and then type:

setup /pad

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