Exchange User Manager Extension

Exchange User Manager Extension

Post by Claus Anders » Sat, 04 Jan 1997 04:00:00




Quote:>When I add a new user to the NT Domain using the User Manager for Domains
>program, the Exchange Admin program automatically pops up and allows me to
>create a mailbox. This works fine on the server, but not on my NT 4.0
>Workstation, where I have installed the Exchange Admin program. I have to
>manually start the Exchange Admin program and add a new mailbox.

>The error message is : The Microsoft Exchange Extension cannot be used when
>administering local accounts.

>???? Has anybody seen (and solved) this problem before?

As far as I know you have to install a complete server to get the
extensions working. I once made a "full dummy" install - when I did
that the add-user facility worked perfect. (Remember to set you real
server as default in the admin program).
I haven't tested it. But I have read somewhere that you have to do a
complete install to make the NT Backup work properly.

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Exchange User Manager Extension

Post by Stephen Danc » Sat, 04 Jan 1997 04:00:00


I have the the Exchange User Manager Extension working correctly on my NT
4.0 Workstation. I don't use the original User Manager supplied with NT,
but the User Manager for Domains for NT 4.0 which should be available for
free download from www.microsoft.com. You can also find the Server Manager
for Domains for NT 4.0 at the same location.




Quote:> When I add a new user to the NT Domain using the User Manager for Domains
> program, the Exchange Admin program automatically pops up and allows me
to
> create a mailbox. This works fine on the server, but not on my NT 4.0
> Workstation, where I have installed the Exchange Admin program. I have to
> manually start the Exchange Admin program and add a new mailbox.


 
 
 

Exchange User Manager Extension

Post by Jakob Bri » Sat, 04 Jan 1997 04:00:00


When I add a new user to the NT Domain using the User Manager for Domains
program, the Exchange Admin program automatically pops up and allows me to
create a mailbox. This works fine on the server, but not on my NT 4.0
Workstation, where I have installed the Exchange Admin program. I have to
manually start the Exchange Admin program and add a new mailbox.

The error message is : The Microsoft Exchange Extension cannot be used when
administering local accounts.

???? Has anybody seen (and solved) this problem before?

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Exchange User Manager Extension

Post by MV » Sat, 04 Jan 1997 04:00:00


Sounds like it doesn't see User Manager for Domains on your NT Workstation,
and is instead looking at your local SAM.  Do you have the NT Admin tools
installed on your NT Workstation?
--
Janice Howd, Exchange MVP, MCSE, MCT



> When I add a new user to the NT Domain using the User Manager for Domains
> program, the Exchange Admin program automatically pops up and allows me
to
> create a mailbox. This works fine on the server, but not on my NT 4.0
> Workstation, where I have installed the Exchange Admin program. I have to
> manually start the Exchange Admin program and add a new mailbox.

> The error message is : The Microsoft Exchange Extension cannot be used
when
> administering local accounts.

> ???? Has anybody seen (and solved) this problem before?

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Exchange User Manager Extension

Post by Shaun Whit » Sun, 05 Jan 1997 04:00:00


You do not get this facility when you only install the admin program on
Workstaion
or Server. You must install the full Exchange Package to get this facility.
This also effects the backup program. Its a pain in the rear if your
servers are in a secure location and you need to do online backups ETC. May
MS should sort this out ??

Any probs mail me
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> Sounds like it doesn't see User Manager for Domains on your NT
Workstation,
> and is instead looking at your local SAM.  Do you have the NT Admin tools
> installed on your NT Workstation?
> --
> Janice Howd, Exchange MVP, MCSE, MCT



> > When I add a new user to the NT Domain using the User Manager for
Domains
> > program, the Exchange Admin program automatically pops up and allows me
> to
> > create a mailbox. This works fine on the server, but not on my NT 4.0
> > Workstation, where I have installed the Exchange Admin program. I have
to
> > manually start the Exchange Admin program and add a new mailbox.

> > The error message is : The Microsoft Exchange Extension cannot be used
> when
> > administering local accounts.

> > ???? Has anybody seen (and solved) this problem before?

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Exchange User Manager Extension

Post by Gennady Oste » Tue, 07 Jan 1997 04:00:00



> When I add a new user to the NT Domain using the User Manager for Domains
> program, the Exchange Admin program automatically pops up and allows me to
> create a mailbox. This works fine on the server, but not on my NT 4.0
> Workstation, where I have installed the Exchange Admin program. I have to
> manually start the Exchange Admin program and add a new mailbox.

> The error message is : The Microsoft Exchange Extension cannot be used when
> administering local accounts.

> ???? Has anybody seen (and solved) this problem before?

> --
> ---------------------------------------------------------------

> SCANJOUR A/S    tel: +45 38890101
> Gadelandet 20   fax: +45 38890108
> DK-2700 Bronshoj        Denmark

Hi!
Think, the thing is that User Manager (and ntbackup also) try to locate
Exchange services on local machine - in registry in order to check out
their existence, and then in running processes in order to connect to.
Why they cannot do it domainwide - think it had (more exactly, had not)
been done for simplification.
Regards,
Gennady
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1. Exchange User Manager Extension giving MAPI error?

I have been getting a peculiar problem, when creating user accounts and
mailboxes from my administrative workstation.  This problem didn't used to
happen with Outlook98, so I'm wondering if it's something related to OL2000.

The workstation is NTWS 4.0 SP5, Office 2K, NTWS Client Based Network Tools
and Exchange Administrator SP3.

When I create a new user, and the system goes to hook into the Exchange
Server, I receive the following error message  from the Microsoft Exchange
User Manager Extension:

An unexpected, unknown error has occured.

MAPI or an unspecified service provider
ID no. 8004010f-0000-00000000

I get the same error, when I try to pull up the Exchange properties, from
the Exchange drop down menu in the User Manager.  However, if I try to pull
up the Exchange properties for the same users, immediately after receiving
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