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We accidentally deleted all of our users in OCS2007 in the console. Any suggestion on how to add users back to obtain there sip address?
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restore from a backup
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Users were are the only thing missing and every thing seem to be intact...what files should we restore? Is there a script that can be ran ?
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When we select "find users" we get error "Could not create the query dialog"
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when I say restore from a backup - you should know if you backed up? what you backed up?
us the back restore tool and recover thefolders where thefiles are kept
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