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Multiple Example Administrator accounts

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Christopher McAlpin Thu, 11/21/2002 - 16:47
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I find the easiest way to know which ones Unity is using, is to go in to the Unity SA and change the name, then you can go in to AD and see which one changed, you will then know which one Unity is using.

Christopher McAlpin Thu, 11/21/2002 - 16:57
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Is it showing to example admins, or is one example subscriber? I guess it is possible that someone imported the old ones.

I am thinking the two Example Administrators that show up in the SA are one from the 3.13 install and the other one from the 2.46 import I did. I just don't know why so many. I do not recall reading anything about not importing the 2.46 Example admin in the documentation.

From what you are saying, there is only one active Example Admin, Example Subscriber and Unity Subscriber DL.. Why did homing Unity from x5.5 to e2k create a new one and left the old one behind. Shouldn't configuration setup take care of cleaning this up?

Christopher McAlpin Thu, 11/21/2002 - 17:21
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No, Unity never deletes accounts from AD or Exchange. The fact that you imported your 2.4(6) data explains why you have two.


Part of the migration instructions from 2.4(6) to 3.x, ask that you export 2.4(6) data, use the 2.4(6) uninstall utility, which at the end of the uninstall utility, it tells you to go in to Exchange an manually remove the Example Admin, Example Subscriber, etc.

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