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Class

Description

msRTCSIP-UnifiedCommunications

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds attributes related to unified communications.

msRTCSIP-WebComponents

This class holds the service connection point for Internet Information Server (IIS).

msRTCSIP-WebComponentsService

This class provides an association from a specific pool to the Web components that the pool will use.

msRTCSIP-WebComponentSettings

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-WebComponents holds attributes representing settings for Web components.

Active Directory Domain Services Attributes and Descriptions

This section lists all of the attributes and associated classes for Office Communications Server, including both new and obsolete attributes.

Active Directory Attributes for Office Communications Server

In this list of attributes, the following conventions are used:

Attributes that are new for Office Communications Server 2007 R2 are indicated by new. Attributes that are obsolete are indicated by obsolete.

Attributes that are reserved for emergency use, allowing for new attributes to be added as name-value pairs in the extension attribute without requiring another schema extension, are indicated by an asterisk (*).

Attributes that are linked pairs are specified as forward links or back links. An attribute that refers to another object is a forward link; the attribute of the target object that refers back to the first object is a back link. Forward links are updatable, while back links are read-only.

Some attributes have a bit-mask value. For these attributes, each setting is represented by a bit, and the displayed decimal value represents the bit position. Bit positions start with bit 0. For example, 1 (binary) is bit 0 set and 10000 (binary) is bit 4 set. Each bit represents a property. The following are some examples:

10000 (binary) has a decimal value of 16 (that is, bit 4 is set).

100000000 (binary) has a decimal value of 256 (that is, bit 8 is set).

1100 (binary) has a decimal value of 12 (that is, bits 2 and 3 are set; properties represented by both bits are enabled).

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