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Attribute

Description

When Introduced

the contact class, because in the central forest topology, contact objects, not user objects, are SIP enabled.

The valid value is the DN of the target Standard Edition server or Enterprise Edition pool to which a user is to be moved.

msRTCSIP-OriginatorSID

This attribute is used in resource and central forest topologies to enable single sign-on when a user’s ObjectSID from the Windows NT principal account is copied into this attribute of the corresponding user or contact object in the resource or central forest. Communicator Web Access searches for a user in Active Directory using this attribute or the user’s ObjectSID. This attribute is marked for global catalog replication.

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msRTCSIP-PrimaryHomeServer

This attribute enables a user or contact for SIP messaging. It is added to the contact class because in the central forest topology, contact objects, not user objects, are SIP enabled.

The valid value is the DN of the home server or pool where a user is homed.

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msRTCSIP-FederationEnabled

This attribute controls whether a single user is enabled for Federation. It is enforced by the Enterprise Services layer. It is marked for global catalog replication.

The valid values are TRUE or FALSE.

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msRTCSIP-InternetAccessEnabled

This attribute controls whether a single user is enabled for outside user access. It is enforced by the Enterprise Services layer. It is marked for global catalog replication.

The valid values are TRUE or FALSE.

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msRTCSIP-ArchivingEnabled

This attribute is an integer used as a bit field to control whether a single user’s communications are to be archived. This control is enforced by the Archiving Agent layer. It is marked for global catalog replication.

The scope of this attribute is specific to a single user or contact. The valid values (and associated

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