X hits on this document

361 views

0 shares

0 downloads

0 comments

16 / 123

hierarchy must fully replicate before the DN references stored in some attributes can succeed.

Membership in the EnterpriseAdmins or DomainAdmins group for the forest root domain is required to perform this step.

This step is complete when the global settings tree structure is successfully copied to the Configuration container and replication is complete.

2. Copying Global Settings Attributes

The MigrateGlobalSettingsProperties action of the MigrateOcsGlobalSettings command copies the Office Communications Server global settings attributes from the original tree structure to the corresponding nodes of the new tree built in the previous step.

For DN references stored in attributes, the DN is changed to point to the Configuration container.

Membership in the EnterpriseAdmins or DomainAdmins group for the forest root domain is required to perform this step.

This step is complete when all attributes are copied to the new global settings tree and replication is complete.

Caution:

It is critical that replication completes before you proceed to step 3.

3. Setting Permissions

Once the tree structure and global settings attributes are successfully copied, the next step is to set up the Access Control Entries (ACEs) that allow the Office Communications Server service to access the new global settings tree.

For both Office Communications Server 2007 and Live Communications Server 2005 with SP1, the ForestPrep action of the Lcscmd.exe command-line tool sets up the permissions. You must run the forest preparation step again to create the ACEs for administrators and for Office Communications Server services and to validate the new global settings tree. You cannot use the Prep Forest wizard for this migration step. For details about forest preparation for Office Communications Server 2007, see the Office Communications Server 2007 Active Directory Guide at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=129697.

Important:

You must use the Live Communications Server 2005 or the Office Communications Server 2007 version of LcsCmd.exe to perform this step. You must not use the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 version of LcsCmd.exe.

For Live Communications Server 2005 with SP1, you must also run domain preparation. In Live Communications Server 2005 with SP1, domain global groups control domain access. Most global settings permissions are created by either the DomainPrep or the DomainAdd action of the Lcscmd.exe command-line tool. Because global settings are located on every domain controller after deployment, it is not necessary to rerun DomainAdd. Therefore, rerunning DomainPrep for each Live Communications Server 2005 domain is sufficient to create the ACEs for the new global settings tree. For details about the domain preparation step for Live

Document info
Document views361
Page views362
Page last viewedSat Dec 10 06:21:09 UTC 2016
Pages123
Paragraphs2763
Words27811

Comments