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Global Address List Question - 11.Aug.2003 3:54:00 PM   


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We have 2 DC, when we reboot the one, who ever was authenticated by that DC no longer can see the GAL. This causes their outlook to hang. Is there any way of keeping a copy of the GAL on the Exchange server (member server) so that the GAL is always available, so if we reboot 1 of the 2 DCs it doesn't affect outlook/Exchange.

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RE: Global Address List Question - 17.Aug.2003 9:09:00 AM   


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are both dcs global catalog servers? if you are a single domain then there is no harm in them both being gcs. the only other thing i can think of would be to make the exchange server a dc & gc. i've never promoted an exchange server to a dc so i'm not sure if you can or not. anyone else?


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RE: Global Address List Question - 19.Aug.2003 12:45:00 PM   


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why don't you use the other msg board as this is dedicated to Exchange 2003.

Coz this is will not happen in Exchange 2003

Cheers !

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