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Does  System Attendant service need to communicate with GC in Exchange 2003?

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Does  System Attendant service need to communicate with GC in Exchange 2003?
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as I recall yes
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Yes it does, if it cannot find one, the system attendant service will fail to start
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OK SA service need to be able to contact GC domain controller but does it need also any particular FSMO role from DC?
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nop
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Thank you for the confirmations!
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