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comment Exchange 2010 and 2003 Coexistence: How do I fix a 404 error on Exchange 2003 OWA when clicking the log off button?
I think some changes were made to the Outlook 2003 installation, but I'm not sure which ones or when. I don't have a vanilla 2003 install to compare it to. It worked fine when it was all 2003. I did set the -exchange2003url properly. Thanks for the response.
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comment PsExec Couldn't access Windows cannot find the network path
Try checking the firewall settings on the remote client. Try turning the target's Windows Firewall off temporarily to see if it makes a difference. Also make sure the Remote Registry service is running on the remote client.
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comment How do I rename a DFS root?
Thank you for your response. That answers the question about removing the OldDFS$ piece. So, to accomplish what I want, I would just add a new DFS root with the name \\domain.com\NewDFS$ pointing to the same \\server1\link1$, link2$ and link3$. Then I would remove the OldDFS$ root without affecting the data? I feel like I must be missing something here. Is that it?