Exchange 2003 in 2003 native AD
Something I just noticed here while working on a few tests with exh2k3 and
windows2003. I have a small domain setup with 2 DCs which are also GCs, AD
is running in 2003 functional level (as well as 2k3 forest functional).
On 'ntserver2' (original, yes?) I have Exchange 2k3 installed, in it's AD
users and computers when I click on a user I get all the exchange options
On 'ntserver1' which is just a DC/GC, I go to AD users and computers, click
the same user, I get just the general user options (no exchange info).
If the servers and AD etc. is being replicated ...Outlook VBA to Extend a Native Rule
I am looking for some VBA code to do the following:
You receive an email like: TID(123) This is the subject
The email goes to your inbox as usual, but since it's a "TID(" it
to its matching folder on the network: \\myserver\myemail\TID(123)?
Thanks for any code examples, methods, or suggestions.
This is the 3rd time you posted this. Have you taken a look at my answers
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more
...SQL Native Client
All of a sudden my users are getting the following error:
Error 1: The stored procedure clearSQLTmpTable return the following results:
Error 2: A SQL network connection error occurred and your connection was
cleared. This probably occurred because all available connections to the
server are in use.
We are currently on GP 9.0 with SQL Server 2005. I switched one of my users
to standard SQL Server ODBC setup to see if that has any impact on the
I can also verify that the SQL server connection setting is zero (unlimited).
Any ideas what could be the cause of thes...Changing opertation mode from Mixed to Native...
We are building one more mail server and we would like to take all to-
be-discovered advantages of Exchange 2007 since we have purchased
We figured out it is a requirement that the Exchange organization
needs to be under native mode, in order to deploy Exchange 2007. We
have no more 5.5 server and I verified having Exchange 2000 and 2003
co-exist is not a problem in changing the mode.
My concern is about our AD, it is still under mxied mode. So my
question being, is it nessasary to change the mode of AD to native,
before I could change the mode of Exchange to native?
...Native versus mixed mode
Switching from mixed to native mode, is that the same as raising the domain
functional level from mixed to native mode ?
In other words, if I switch Exchange 2003 server to native mode, is that
simply equal to raising the whole domain to native mode ?
Thanks for any insights
Not really, two different things. See
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=270143 for Exchange. One key area of
interaction is that you need a native mode domain to support Universal
Security Groups, which may or may not be an issue for you if you are
upgrading from 5.5. For this, see http://suppo...Native'
Can someone help me understand this message?
" Native' has exited with code 0 (0x0). "
Thank you very much
means your app exited with return value '0'.
"Zidek" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Can someone help me understand this message?
> " Native' has exited with code 0 (0x0). "
> Thank you very much
...Native mode vs mixed mode
Lately I have migrated from 5.5 to ES 2003. Everything worked beautifully.
So as I have decommissioned the last 5.5. server, I also moved to native
mode on the exchange server. When I go to "organisation" properties, I see
"native mode" now.
In the AD users and computers tho, the "domain functionnal level" still
shows "Windows 2000 mixed" mode. For instance, I cannot create "universal
group" yet since it requires "native mode"
How to fix this ?
On Mon, 7 Aug 2006 09:16:55 -0400, "Gillies" <easterngu...Native Application launches while printing through printer
1)I have made a driver which generates a posctscriptfile with .prn
extension. I convert it from Distiller/Ghostscript to PDF it works
2)To generate the postscript file i print it from the driver. While
printing the document, lets say a .doc file, it opens the document in
application (Microsoft Word ) and then closes automatically. I want the
Native App should not open.
3) So i thought i should sent the data to print directlt to the
printer, the native app will not launch. i Saw the Microsoft Sites
"http://support.microsoft.com/kb/138594", and downloaded the r...Mixed or Native Mode Domain..
Ok here is my CRM 3.0 Question
We want to implement CRM 3.0. Our Windows 2003 Active Directory is running
in mixed mode and is a single domain.
Will CRM 3.0 work in a mixed mode environment?
Does CRM 3.0 only work in a native mode.
What are the limitation with CRM 3.0 in a mixed mode environment and native
mode? A trust would have to be created between both mixed and native mode
domains, with CRM and SQL servers sitting in the native mode domain?
Mixed mode works fine for Microsoft CRM 3.0.
"firstname.lastname@example.org&quo...Is MFC native?
Hi! I'm new to MFC - Are MFC apps native?
yes ... compiled to the op code ....... although compatibility between
various versions of windows should be considered ....... now that we have
32bit and 64bit ...... 16 bit is obsolete ... although we have so many huge
apps in our orginization written in early ninties ..... using 16 bit apis
"Mateusz Rajca" <MateuszRajca@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Hi! I'm new to MFC - Are MFC apps native?
> > Hi! I...Where is the native backup program?
I have a customer who has not been getting a backup
He has a scheduled task:
"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small Business
But, although I have a ""C:\Program Files\Microsoft Windows Small
Business Server" directory, I do not have the "Backup" subdirectory.
On SBS 2003 server, what is the native backup program
called and where is it located?
If I have to reinstall it, can I get it off the Windows disk?
On 04/02/2010 03:11 PM, ToddAndMargo wrote:
> Hi All,
&...Native Resolution Issue
I have 298 laptops my section supports and recently we started running into
issues with higher native resolutions. Some of our users don't like the
higher resolutions because it makes everything too small, so we adjust them
to lower reslutions, but the settings revert back to the native resolution
whenever the laptops go to sleep, get removed from the dock or if someone
else logs onto them. We use HP and Dell laptops with various models. Is
there one setting in Windows XP Pro SP3 where we can "turn off" native
resolution? Thanks for any help
J Wilson ...C# callback from native code
There's an example in .Net docs where C# delegate is called by native code
( EnumWindows -
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/d186xcf0(v=VS.71).aspx ). The doc
4.Ensure that the garbage collector does not reclaim the delegate before the
callback function completes its work. When you pass a delegate as a
parameter, or pass a delegate contained as a field in a structure, it
remains uncollected for the duration of the call. So, as is the case in the
following enumeration example, the callback function comp...The natives are getting restless
There does not appear to be a way to find one's own postings. There does not
appear to be a way to sort postings descending by date.
The delay in postings being displayed is way too long and makes this forum
I noticed that many people ask similar questions yet there do not seem to be
comprehensive answers to these questions. A case in point is my question on
It is obvious from the posted questions that dozens if not hgundreds of
people are having difficulty working with page numbering in the simple case
where there is a front and back c...Native XML Support for Non-Managed C++ Code #2
Since XML is becoming so important in main stream programming, is there any
possiblity that Microsoft would add native XML support to it's non-managed
VC++ 7.1 development environment.
It would be nice to have native MFC classes to access and manipulate XML
similar to the functionality that is already available in .Net.
It is a real pain for C++ programmers to use smart-pointers, VARIANTS,
and/or building class wrappers for COM components just to be able to access
this core programming functionality.
...can not change E2003 to native mode
I am unable to change my Exchange 2003 server organization to Native mode.
The option is grayed out in the ESM. Currently we are in Mixed mode. I have
recently removed my last Exchange 5.5 server from my Exchange system. I do
not see any references to my old server "Ironman" anywhere in my ESM or AD
Users and Computer, or AD Sites and Services. I thought I have cleaned all
remaining elements of the old 5.5 from the AD metabase but there must be
something remaining that I can not find.
I need to install Exchange 2003 on the server that used to be 5.5 but I want
to change to na...Mixed vs Native Mode in CRM 3.0
What are the limitations when CRM is implemented on Mixed mode? And how it
differ from Native mode? Are there any documentation for implementing in
When you say mixed mode are you referring to AD and the fact that you are
also running a Windows NT 4 domain? If so the IG does state that as long as
you have AD in place before installing v3 you can configure CRM in the AD and
then trust the NT4 domain.
> What are the limitations when CRM is implemented on Mixed mode? And how it
> differ from Native mode? Are there a...Is there a native access version of the treeview?
I have a need to use the treeview control in a database I'm working on but I
do NOT want to deal with the activex registration issues if I can get around
it. Is there any control native to access that can be made to act the same?
I can go with 2 or 3 listboxes but that is just not as slick looking in a
finished application and it uses up too much space on the form.
I have used the treeview with nested recordsets in the past but that was on
a single user app so there was not a big issue in getting the control loaded.
The app I'm working on now will be used by 20+ peopl...CRM and Active Directory Native Mode?
I recieved my Action Pack kit and I'm trying to install
CRM on our server.
We have Windows 2003, with a standard Active Directory
Deployment, Exchange Server 2003, and SQL 2000 SP3a
loaded up. When I try to install CRM, it gives the
"Your Active Directory deployment must be in Native Mode"
Any ideas as to what I can do, or why this is happening?
CRM is not currently supported on any Windows 2003 server platforms.
But, you need to change the Domain to Native mode which can be done in the
Active Directory (can't remember which MMC though).
I've been getting mixed answer. I have one Exchange 2000 server and I am in
the process to upgrade it to Exchange 2003 on a new box. I've done my
forestprep and domainprep. I want to switch my Exchange organization over
to Native Mode next (or do I have to). My question is do I have to reboot
the server or restart any services after the switch?
You only have to restart the information store after the move to native mode
as per 2003 deployment guide.
btw - say hi to Michael for me ;)
> I've been getting mixed answer. I have one Exchange 2000 serv...Entourage and E2k3 Native Mode
Any known issues?
About to switch from Mixed to Native. Just want to make sure we won't mess
up the macs.
...Switch to Exchange native mode
Quick question regarding to switching to native mode:
Is there any relationship between Exchange native mode and Windows
native mode? Specifically, I have a mixed mode W2k3 domain with one NT4
domain controller that I cannot retire or upgrade at this time.
However, all of my exchange servers are Exchange 2003. Can I switch
Exchange to native mode while keeping the domain in mixed mode?
> Is there any relationship between Exchange native mode and Windows
> native mode?
No, not really. Only the use of universal distribution and security groups.
> Specifically, I have a mixed mode W...finally going native
We FINALLY turned off our last NT 4.0 domain controller a few months back
and are now looking to move our Windows 2003 domain from mixed to native
mode. I KNOW management is going to have a problem with the idea that there
is no rollback plan for this move.
Anyone ever encountered a problem with moving to 2003 Native? We are a
single domain, single site infrastructure. Can't really get more simple.
If you have no earlier OS DC then Windows 2003 you can raise the functional
levels. Personal i have never had problems. Before starting c...Mixed mode to native mode #2
I have converted mixed mode to native mode in Exchange server 2003 but even
then I am unable to make query based distribution group. The message is Query
based distribution can be made in native mode only. When I check the
properties it is already in native mode.
"Rajan Goel AM ( IT)" <Rajan Goel AM ( IT)@discussions.microsoft.com>
>I have converted mixed mode to native mode in Exchange server 2003 but even
>then I am unable to make query based distribution group. The message is Query
>based distribution can be made in native mode only. When I check the ...Native vs Mixed DC
Does anyone know what is the difference between native and mixed DC? And how
does it impact to CRM installation using either one of this.
Hope to hearing from anyone soon.
I think you mean native vs mixed mode domain. This is feature of the Active
Directory and concerns the functionality of Active Directory depending on
whether there is a mix of older Windows NT 4.0 Backup Domain Controllers,
Windows 2000 DCS and Windows 2003 DCs.
Whether you have native or mixed mode on your AD has no bearing on CRM.
> Does anyone know w...