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jrandom

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Hello all,

We are currently preparing to move from Exchange back to Kerio. This time around I am using AD integration to support our companywide goal of single sign-on. I installed the kerio AD Extensions on my schema master, but I notice that I have to use the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC on that machine to access the Kerio functions.

I have the administrative tools on my local machine, so that I can perform user maintenance without having to use Remote Desktop on the server. Is there a way to get the Kerio MMC extensions to work on my local machine's MMC and not only on the PDC? Thanks.

--Eric
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jrandom

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Oh geez! I found it...how embarassing. Right under my nose!
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felicia.huff

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Can you post or let me know how you were able to solve this issue? I'm having the same issue.
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Felicia
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jrandom

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Sure. On the machine that you will be using the MMC to administer with, download and run the installer for Kerio Active Directory Extensions. Perform a custom install, and select *only* the "AD User Interface Extenstions" option. This will update your local AD Users MMC with the Kerio stuff.

--Eric
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