Public folder and recipient Connection Agreements are used to
synchronize Active Directory objects between Exchange 2000 Active
Directory and the Exchange 5.5 directory. Configuration Connection
Agreements are automatically created to synchronize configuration
information between computers running Exchange 2000 and Exchange
5.5 sites. More...
When ADC is running, it can use the majority
of the processing power of the server. This consumption level is
constant until all replication is complete; however, the load
placed on the bridgehead servers is low compared to the load placed
on the server running ADC. More...
You can monitor ADC by reviewing the logging
events in Windows 2000 Event Viewer. You should monitor the
activities of each Connection Agreement to ensure that proper
directory replication is accomplished. Monitoring should be a part
of your regularly scheduled maintenance. Regular maintenance helps
you keep directory replication performing optimally, and can help
you keep failures and errors to a minimum. More...