SBS 2011 Exchange Memory usage

I need to set a max amount of RAM for Exchange to use. Normal ADSIedit.msc and the following path are what I use.
 Configuration > Services > Microsoft Exchange > {Your Organization Name} > Administrative Groups > {Your Administrative Group} > Servers > {Your Server Name} > InformationStore.

But on this SBS machine under Servers there is nothing, no InformationStore, no anything.
I have removed the connection, readded, refreshed scheme, nothing seems to help.
Am I missing something, or is this a sign of some critical issue on the server?

Any pointers, much appreciated.
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RichardPhippenAsked:
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
Why not post a screen shot of what you did?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I suspect you didn't set a minimum... for Exchange 2010, you NEED to specify BOTH!
http://www.bursky.net/index.php/2012/05/limit-exchange-2010-memory-use/
RichardPhippenAuthor Commented:
Here is the screen shot of ADSIedit that I think you were asking for.
As you can see there is no drop down for "Servers".

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RichardPhippenAuthor Commented:
Lee,

Yeah that is the screen I am not seeing. Please see attached screenshot.
RichardPhippenAuthor Commented:
Anyone else have any input on this issue?
Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
What about looking in the "Exchange Administrative Group (blahblahblah)" - did you find those settings there?  I suspect the one you're looking in might just be for your old Information Store (possibly under Exchange 2003).

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RichardPhippenAuthor Commented:
Lee,
Good suggestion, that was it.
I will give you full credit and close this. I will open another one if this does not fix it.
Thanks, I normally do not make changes that are not listed on MS tech, site, but I think in this case it is safe.
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