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3. Room lists. These are distribution groups with membership that is entirely composed
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of room mailboxes and are used by Outlook 2010 to make it easier for a user to find a suitable conference room when scheduling a meeting. There is no sense in end users interacting with these groups because they serve an internal purpose, so they are hidden by ECP. Room lists are explained in more detail in 6. ECP does not allow administrators to work with the full set of groups, nor does it reveal the full set of properties that Exchange supports for groups. To some degree, this reflects the fact that ECP is only in its second iteration in Exchange 2010 SP1 and Microsoft has not yet expended the same development time or effort to build the same rich set of capabilities into ECP as exist in EMC or EMS. However, it s also fair to say that ECP is designed to allow access to the most common management tasks and that in the immediate future this interface will probably not offer the ability to accomplish the most complex tasks that an Exchange administrator might perform. We cover the topic of distribution groups in more detail in the next chapter when we discuss how to work with them using EMC and EMS.
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Defining a default group location and group naming policy
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If you allow administrators and users free rein to create groups, it s likely that a wide variety of names will be used. It s important that groups have names that are appropriate and easy for users to find when they go looking for the right group to which to send a message. We can t do much about the intended use of a group because this varies from groups that reflect organizational structure (the members of a department) or users at the same level (all the VPs in the company) to the banal but much-used (the company softball team), but we can make sure that the groups follow a naming convention that allows users to find them in a logical place in the GAL. Exchange 2010 SP1 includes the ability for an administrator to control two important aspects of group creation through ECP.
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The location in Active Directory where new groups are created The naming policy that is applied to new groups
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If you use ECP to create a new group with Exchange 2010, the group is automatically placed in the Users OU. This OU has the advantage that it is guaranteed to be present because it s one of the default OUs created when you install Active Directory. Few administrators delete OUs without good reason, but if you do remove the Users OU then users won t be able to create new groups with ECP. No restrictions exist on OU location when you create new groups through EMC or EMS because you can specify exactly which OU you want to use.
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You can define where a new group is located
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Administrators asked for the ability to control where new groups are created . Exchange 2010 SP1 includes the ability to define the location for all new groups created within the organization . To define where new groups are placed, use a command like this:
Set-OrganizationConfig -DistributionGroupDefaultOU 'contoso.com/Exchange Groups'
Exchange will continue to create new groups in the default Users OU if you don t define another location .
You can only create a single OU for the organization so this is very much a one-size-fits-all solution to the problem that works well for small deployments but isn t flexible enough for large organizations, which might want to distribute groups across a number of OUs. Stuffing thousands of groups into one OU is not always the best approach but it s understandable that Microsoft took this approach because no one really wants to expose the Active Directory OU structure to users through ECP to allow them to select where a new group should be created. The upshot is that you might have to move groups around to put them into more appropriate OUs after they have been created by users. Relocating a group to another OU does not affect the ability of group owners to manage it or other users to see it in the GAL. No naming policy can completely prevent users from giving silly or inappropriate names to new groups. It would be unreasonable to expect such an intelligent policy as parsing group names to determine their worth, because that would require a good deal of artificial intelligence and knowledge about company culture. One company s silly name is another company s code name for a breakthrough product. The intention behind the ability to create a group naming policy through ECP is to do no more than to allow new groups to
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