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Communications Server 2005, see Live Communications Server 2005 with SP1: All Technical Documents http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=139639.

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

This step is complete when all permissions have been created for the new global settings tree, and the new global settings tree is replicated to forest global catalogs. Depending on the topology and replication configuration, full replication can take anywhere from minutes to days.

4. Updating DN References to the Global Settings Tree

Once the new global settings tree is replicated, all server DN references to the global settings tree must be modified to point to the Configuration container for the following server roles:

Front End Servers

Conferencing Servers

Web Components Servers

Mediation Servers

Membership in the RTCUniversalServerAdmins or RTCUniversalUserAdmins group is required to perform this step.

This step is complete when all DN references for all the server roles mentioned above point to the new global settings tree.

5. Updating msRTCSIP-PrimaryHomeServer DN References

The final migration step is to modify all user DN references to the global settings tree to point to the Configuration container. This step modifies the msRTCSIP-PrimaryHomeServer and msRTCSIP-UserPolicy attributes to point to the objects in the new location.

Membership in the RTCUniversalServerAdmins or RTCUniversalUserAdmins group is required to perform this step.

This step is complete when all user DN references point to the new global settings tree. Depending on the number of enabled users and their geographical location, this step might take the longest time to run (for example, with stable network connectivity, it takes about one hour to migrate 30,000 users).

6. Verifying that Migration Is Successful

After completing the previous five steps, it is recommended that you test the migration by performing some instant messaging and conferencing to verify that the new global settings tree is working properly.

Important:

Do not use Active Directory Users and Computers, the Live Communications Server 2005 administrative tools, or the Office Communications Server 2007 administrative tools to move or modify users until the final step in the migration process is complete.

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