I'm using the Win2kSvr that came with my MCS-7835. Installing Unity on it. Question is how do I establish a trust between the 2kSvr and a NT4 Domain that the existing Exchange 5.5 Servers reside, in order to even install Unity.
I tried to install the Win2kSvr into an Existing NT4 Domain. It would not work. I think that CISCO gives a watered down version of 2kSvr because I cannot find any Active Directory Utilities. I'd love to just install Unity on a NT4Svr, but the Cisco SE that engineered this also put ICD on the same server.
Cisco Unity 2.4(6.x) Windows 2000 Member Server in an NT 4.0 Domain
This document addresses the requirements involved when installing Cisco Unity 2.4(6.x) on a Windows 2000 member server inside a Windows NT 4.0 domain.
In order for Cisco Unity 2.4(6.x) to be supported on Windows 2000 Server inside a Windows NT 4.0 domain, it must be installed as a member server. Cisco Unity 2.4(6) is not supported on a Windows 2000 domain controller (DC) inside of an NT 4.0 domain.
Only Microsoft Exchange 5.5 is supported in this configuration. Microsoft Exchange 2000 is not supported in Cisco Unity 2.4(6.x).
If the Active Directory Connector (ADC) is installed and a Connection Agreement (CA) is setup, do not replicate the Cisco Unity container in Exchange 5.5 or your Cisco Unity server may become inoperable.
Before You Begin
For instructions on installing a Cisco Unity 2.4(6.x) system with Windows 2000, or upgrading Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000 with Cisco Unity installed, please refer to the following Cisco Unity 2.4(6) release notes.
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