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Hi, I have a Win2k DC with Exchange Srv2k. I have a problem with some of my public folders when i try to look at the properties of a public folder on Exchange System Manager i receive an error with id c1038a21. I look on microsoft support and i find this article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/328740 I use ldp.exe to resolve the problem ... but ask me for GUID number (GUID = XXXX) i dont know what to enter. So my question is how can i find the guid number of a specific public folder? Thanks in advance nikos
ASKED: November 27, 2006  9:58 AM
UPDATED: November 28, 2006  7:33 AM

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If you are looking for Connection Agreement GUID then it can be found C:program filesMSADcMSADCConfig CA_YourDomainName_Your E2KServerName Folder if you went with defaults during install.

Hope this helps.

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  • Bytelord
    Hi, Thanks for the reply. I cannot find it ... Thanks Nikos
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  • Jjuliannc
    Sounds like a DomainPrep fix is needed. - Stop and restart each of the Exchange 2000 services. - Restart the server. - Run Exchange 2000 Setup again with the /DomainPrep switch Aideme
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