When configuring the Exchange Options for the synchronization job some of the servers are not vis
The DSA has been configured, permissions are set correctly and there are no network or name resolution issues, however some of the servers are not available from the drop down menu when specifying the mailbox store to mailbox enable the source or target accounts. The server is visible on the console when expanding the source/target organization.
In large environments it is possible that not all servers will be displayed because of a limit set in the registry.
When troubleshooting perform the following steps:
- On console machine run LDP, connect to the problem server under same account as QMM uses. - In menu View select Tree, it allows you to see the domain. - On the Configuration node perform Search with this filter: (&(objectCategory=msExchPrivateMDB)(!(msExchRestore=TRUE))) Scope: Subtree
NOTE: This filter is only for 2003 domains
For 2000 domains the filter is - (objectCategory=msExchPrivateMDB)
QMM performs the same search
It is expected that you'll be unable to see this server. If the server is not visible Microsoft should be contacted as it is not a Quest related issue.
If the server is visible then proceed with registry changes as follows:
-Close QMM. -On console machine expand: HKLM-Software-Aelita-Migration Manager-Current Version-Console-Components-DomainConfig and find the appropriate project and the appropriate scope (source or target), in doubt modify the registry key for all target (source) scopes. Use the hostname entry in right side window to determine the machine name.
Registry Key is called ExchangeSeachTotalSizeLimit and can be changed to eg. 3000 or 5000.
-Start QMM and verify the server is visible now.
Notes: The setting applies to the total amount of Storage Groups and not servers therefore it is possible to experience the same issue even if environment is relatively small but contain many Storage Groups.
Important: This registry key and feature itself is not documented and should be used carefully.
Before modifying the registry keys it is recommended to make a backup