I`m trying to get a better understanding on what is changed in Exchange based Unity and in Notes
In an MS exchange based Unity, I understand that AD is installed as part of the initial installation process when everything is installed on a single Cisco server then it creates the user rights to manage the Exchange mailbox, the necessary Schema change in AD is carried out . If the Exchange and AD is external and provided by the customer then the AD schema has to be changed so the Unity administrator has the same rights to manage the mail box`s - Is this correct ?
This is slightly different, if the customer has Notes and LDAP for permission's then the changes are in the Notes name file and the permission of the Unity account ?
In Unified MS Exchange solution where the partner exchange server is "Customer Provided" exchange exchange 2003. You have to run the permissions wizard which will basically create **necessary objects** for mailbox management.
But when the partner server is exchange 2007, Unity permissions wizard cannot create necessary objects, instead your exchange admin have to manually run a script which creates necessary objects.
you can look for further info in the unity design guides, they contain info on what you want. not sure the version but if you look in CCO unity design they will show up, just look for the one for your version
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.