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Classes Modified by Exchange

Exchange Server 2003

Classes Modified by Exchange

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The topics in this section contain the modifications that Microsoft® Exchange Server 2003 makes to existing Microsoft Active Directory® classes when you install Exchange Server 2003.

The following table lists the modified classes.

Name Description
Address-Book-Container Class

Container that holds members of an address book view.

Computer Class

Represents a computer account in the domain.

Contact Class

Contains information about a person or company that you may need to contact on a regular basis.

Container Class

A class used to hold other classes.

Display-Template Class

Specifies information for an Address Template.

Domain-DNS Class

Windows NT domain with DNS-based (DC=) naming.

DSA Class

Directory service only uses the subclass MSFT-DSA.

Group Class

Stores a list of user names. Used to apply security principals on resources.

Group-Of-Names Class

Used to define entries representing an unordered set of names that represent individual objects or other groups of names.

Mail-Recipient Class

Stores e-mail configuration information.

ms-Exch-Configuration-Container Class For more information, see this topic.
NTDS-DSA Class

Represents the Active Directory DSA process on the server.

Organizational-Person Class

Contains organizational information about a user.

Organizational-Unit Class

A container for storing users, computers, and other account objects.

Sam-Domain Class

Auxiliary class holding common properties for Windows NT domains.

Server Class

Represents a server computer within a site.

Site Class

A container for storing server objects. Represents a physical location containing computers. Used to manage replication.

User Class

Used to store information about an employee or contractor who works for an organization. Can also be applied to long-term visitors.

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