For each Connection Agreement, you must specify authentication
credentials. You do this after you have selected the authentication
type for the bridgehead servers. The account you enter allows
you to connect to the necessary Exchange 5.5 and Windows
The permissions account defined for each bridgehead server only
requires write permissions for its directory if the bridgehead
server is writing changes to this directory. For example:
In a two-way replication, the specified
Exchange and Windows authentication type and credentials must be
able to write to and read from the Exchange directory and Active
Directory. In a one-way replication, the authentication type and
credentials must have read access to the export directory from
which the information is replicated from and write access to the
import directory to which the information is replicated.
To select the account names to use in the Connection
If you have not yet opened the Connection Agreement in Active
Directory Connector, do the
On the Start menu, point to Programs, point to
Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory
In the details pane, double-click the Connection Agreement for
which you want to set an account name.
On the Connections tab, under Windows Server
information, click Modify to specify the account name to
use for Windows server replication.
In Connect as, type or select the account name in the
form appropriate for the type of authentication you specified.
Then, in Password, type the password.