I have Unity 7.0 with failover, AD, and Exchange 2010. Unity accounts are created in AD in the Domain Admin Group. Most that I have read states if Unity is a domain controller it needs to be in the Domain Admin group. I do not know how to see if Unity is a domain controller and do not know why (previous to me), Unity was setup in the Domain Admin Group.
Can you help me understand why Unity might be setup in the Domain Admin Group, reasons?
-> if you use the tools depot option in the unity server you will see an option called dc\gc reconnect tool to check if unity looks at itself as a domain controller; here is a link that will give you more informaiton on this tool; http://www.ciscounitytools.com/Applications/Unity/DCGCReconnect/Help/DCGCConnectionManager.htm
-> Can you clarify if you are asking whether the unity reference account ( unityinstall/unimgstoresvc/unitydirsvc) needs to be domain admin or not ? If you query is related to the above mentioned accounts ; what permissions do they need is documented in the following link;
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