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change Exchange EMC attributes to display more than 100 public folders

I have recently moved to Exchange 2010 and am trying to monitor my public folder replication from 2003 to 2010. However I have over 100 public folders and am having problems viewing all of the folders within EMC. I know that I can issue the -resultsize unlimited command in PS, but read that there is somewhere that I can edit within ADSIedit so that the EMC GUI will also show the full resultant set.

Does anyone know where that edit needs to be made?

Also on a side note, but somewhat releated, I have a similar issue with trying to add users in a child domain. there is an error that the domain is different from the scope root's domain. I know that I can use the following commands, but was wondering it there is a way to make it permanent without a shortcut.

2010 = Set-AdServerSettings -ViewEntireForest $True
 
or use –ignonreDefaultScope on the command if applicable, i.e. get-mailbox –ignonreDefaultScope



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e_aravindCommented:
Modify the Maximum Number of Recipients to Display in the Result Pane
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee332311.aspx

Recipient Configuration Node
Section: Modify the Maximum Number of Recipients to Display
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb125190.aspx
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ryan80Author Commented:
Will this work for public folders as well since it opens a different window for publc folders?
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ryan80Author Commented:
I checked and there is no max recipient configuration for the public folder panel.
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e_aravindCommented:
hmm...It might not apply to the "Public folders console"
But do you see any warnings\dialog-boxes when loading the "public folders"

IMO
Users --> Might have the options to get limit\restrict the users to be listed

Public Folders --> they may use some other options modes to get the list of the public-folders @ the "public folder databases"...so may not need some settings to limit the listings........

You should see just the progress bar when EMC has got a lots of folders to display
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ryan80Author Commented:
It is not an issue with the user being restricted, but rather the scope being limited. if I use powershell, I just need to run the command from my original post, and then I can view all domains. Just not sure how to pipe that into the public folder gui. It works fine in the regular EMC.
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ryan80Author Commented:
could not find a way to pipe this command into the GUI. Just using powershell instead to add these users.
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