Coexisting with Previous Versions

Manage Connection Agreements

Managing Active Directory connections is an important task when your Exchange organization is in mixed mode because it acts as a control mechanism for replicating directory and configuration information between an Exchange 5.5 server and Active Directory. You manage Connection Agreements from Active Directory Connector (ADC). You need to manage three types of Connection Agreements: public folder Connection Agreements, recipient Connection Agreements, and Configuration Connection Agreements.

Because there are several options of varied complexity for both types of Connection Agreements, it is useful to keep track of replication schedules, the types of objects that are replicated, and other details about the Connection Agreements. You should assign the appropriate level of security to the Connection Agreement objects. You can perform these tasks and others from ADC .

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