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    CAn a user login to domain if the GC server is not working

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  • Global Catalog Server on Windows Server 2003

    I am currently trying to learn about Active Directory and Server 2003, and was talking to a IT friend of mine about Global Catalog Servers. It seems to me there are no disadvantages in having GC-servers. However, he persisted in telling me I should always try to limit the number of GC-servers. Why?...

    Filthgrinder55 pointsBadges:
  • Exchange global catalog server

    Can I determine which global catalog Server an Exchange Server is using?

    AlT40 pointsBadges:
  • Authentication only working from one domain controller

    We have a branch office 2003 AD design. One of our groups hosts their division's AD servers. Each site has 2 domain controllers in which they share the rolls. They are complaining that when the global catalog server is down or not available authentication fails. Any ideas as to why this would...

    Michigan185 pointsBadges:
  • Can the Exchange ISP domain name and local domain name be the same?

    I’m looking for some assistance with designing an Exchange Server 2003 structure to replace Lotus Notes. My company has two locations, a head office and a factory. They’re 140 km apart. There are 35 users at the head office and 150 users at the factory. We have a RF-Lease Line 128 Kbps...

    Exchange Ask the Experts580 pointsBadges:
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