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Hello

i have one TerminalServer on Windows Server 2008. I install Office 2007 Openlicense Version. Now i want to install Kerio Outlook Connector, because on anther Mailserver Kerio runs.

Have i to install Kerio Outlook Connector with the following command??

change user /install
change user /execute

?????

or dont need it ????

What is better for TerminalServer??

Kerio Outlook Connector with offline caching or
Kerio Outlook Connector without offline caching

[Updated on: Mon, 16 March 2009 19:46]

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1. change user /install
2. install KOC
3. change user /execute

Now KOC will be available for everyone who starts Outlook 2007 on the TS. KOFF in a terminal server is usually pointless because the TS is often on the same LAN as KMS. It's doubly pointless if you use roaming profiles: the KOFF message store in the profile is in Local Settings and doesn't roam.

Be aware that KOC has an annoying misfeature: every shared calendar shows up as "Calendar" in other users Outlook, and it cannot be renamed.
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TorW wrote on Mon, 16 March 2009 21:47

1. Be aware that KOC has an annoying misfeature: every shared calendar shows up as "Calendar" in other users Outlook, and it cannot be renamed.


Heyyyyyyy

what about this??? I share 8 calenders from my worker. Now i dont know witch "Calender" is from my workers??? I want to renane, but i get an error !!!!!!! I Exchange this small thing runs !!! Please Kerio-Support let me knows how its works !!!!

It is very important for me !!!!!!!
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Kerio is aware of this issue and will recommend using KOFF instead. KOFF automatically displays the names of the calendar owners. If you can use KOFF, go for it, but you can't have roaming profiles ...
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