[ExchangeList] site folder question

  • From: "Tom Kern" <tpkern@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ExchangeList <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 7 May 2007 19:32:35 -0400

------------------------------------------------------- have 4 admin groups in 
my exchange2k3 native org.

one of them is pointing to a remote admin group as the site folder server.
when looking in ESM under system folders and Scehdule free+bust=y and
offline address list, the DN of the local admin group doesnt appear.
in fact none of the public folder stores in the admin group in
question have any replicas of system folders and i know users are
going to the remote admin group for free/busy info.

now my question-
cani just modify the siteFolder attribute on the admin group object of
the admin group thats screwy and point that value to the dn of a
public folder store within that admin group OR
do i need to run guidgen and generate a new siteFolderGuid value as well?

i thought i could just point the value of siteFolder to another public
folder store in my admin group and the free/busy,etc folders will
appear there (as well as in esm under system folders\schedule
free+busy with the admin group name) since i have system folders in my
ORG just not in one admin group

Or do i need to go further and run guidgen as well?

so, do i need to do just

OR this as well-

and if both, in what order?

thanks alot and sorry for the long email
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