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Exchange 2000 Server 24seven

ISBN: 978-0-7821-2797-3
944 pages
November 2001
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Description

For experienced Exchange Server administrators. At last, here's the book that you and other Exchange Server administrators have been waiting for. Starting where other books and training courses end and the real world begins, Exchange 2000 Server 24seven provides the detailed information that will make you a true expert.

Written to build on the knowledge you already have. Inside, Exchange Server expert Jim McBee delivers the targeted instruction and inside tips you need to get the most out of your Exchange Server implementation. Coverage includes:

  • Managing Exchange 2000 features in Active Directory
  • Choosing the correct approach to migration
  • Restricting server access
  • Scaling Exchange Server to meet your organization's needs
  • Detecting problems affecting uptime and mail delivery
  • Performing backup and disaster recovery procedures
  • Managing Exchange 2000 database operations
  • Implementing an Exchange 2000 cluster
  • Creating a public folder infrastructure
  • Understanding message routing and designing routing groups
  • Implementing and troubleshooting Internet clients

24seven: The Advanced Information You Can't Find Anywhere Else
Other books in the series include:

  • Firewalls 24seven
  • Windows 2000 24seven
  • Cisco Routers 24seven
  • TCP/IP 24seven

Keep your systems and networks up and running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, with the 24seven series from Sybex.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Part 1 Building a Foundation.

Chapter 1 Getting Started with Exchange 2000.

Chapter 2 Active Directory for Exchange 2000 Administrators.

Chapter 3 Exchange 2000 Migration and Upgrades.

Part 2 Operations.

Chapter 4 Maintenance and Management.

Chapter 5 Status Monitoring and Reporting.

Chapter 6 Performance Monitoring and Optimization.

Chapter 7 Backup and Disaster Recovery.

Chapter 8 Clustering Exchange 2000.

Chapter 9 Public Folders.

Chapter 10 Automating Tasks.

Part 3 Security.

Chapter 11 Security within the Network.

Chapter 12 Messaging Security.

Chapter 13 Securing Your Exchange Servers.

Part 4 Connectivity.

Chapter 14 Connectivity within Your Organization.

Chapter 15 Internet Client Connectivity.

Part 5 Troubleshooting.

Chapter 16 Client Troubleshooting.

Chapter 17 Server Troubleshooting.

Appendix A Registry Settings.

Appendix B Additional Reading and Resources.

Index.

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Author Information

Jim McBee, MCSE and MCT, is a consultant based in Honolulu, Hawaii. He specializes in Exchange deployments and education and has worked for many Fortune 500 customers, as well as the U.S. Department of Defense. He is the author of Exchange 5.5 24seven and co-author of Cabling: The Complete Guide to Network Wiring.
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Errata

Do you think you've discovered an error in this book? Please check the list of errata below to see if we've already addressed the error. If not, please submit the error via our Errata Form. We will attempt to verify your error; if you're right, we will post a correction below.

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Page 172

Authors Note: Note that refers me to Appendix A for information on a reg setting "that prevents Exchange 2000 from attempting to upgrade Universal distribution groups to Universal security groups."
Reader:
I checked Appendix A on http://media.wiley.com/product_ancillary/75/07821279/DOWNLOAD/2797AppA.pdf and
> found nothing. I read the entire appendix and even searched for
> "groups," "distribution", "security" and "lists." Looks like Appendix

> A is missing an entry or the Note should be removed.

Author:
I had to do some real digging to find out why this was not
really in the book, but I finally found it. There is NO registry
setting for preventing conversion of UDGs to USGs. I wrote that very
early in the process of getting the book together and wrote it based on
some info that I was waiting for from someone at PSS. The setting is in
the directory and is accessible via ADSIEdit. Open the Configuration
container and browse down to the Exchange organization object (for
example CN=Somorita Surfboards) and display it's properties. Then,
locate an attribute called msExchDisableUDGConversion. Set this to a
value to one of these three values:

0 - (default) Allow UDG to USG conversion
1 - convert if a store process requests it
2 - never convert

Microsoft recommends that you do not set this to anything but 0
unless you have a good reason to prevent UDG's from being converted to
USGs (such as reducing the number of security principals in the AD.)

Thanks,

Jim McBee

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