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Moving Objects Between Administrative Groups

 

Topic Last Modified: 2005-04-21

You can move some of the objects in an administrative group to a different group. However, there are other objects that you cannot move.

Objects that you can move between administrative groups are as follows:

  • System policies
  • Public folders
  • Routing group member servers (native mode only)
  • Mailboxes in Exchange Server 2003 SP1 and later. It is best to move mailboxes across administrative groups in mixed mode under certain circumstances; for example, during site consolidation.

Objects that you cannot move between administrative groups are as follows:

  • Servers
  • Containers

You can move objects only between containers of the same type. For example, you can move a system policy from one system policy container to another system policy container in a different administrative group, but you cannot move a system policy into a public folder container. This type of action is blocked by default.

For detailed instructions, see How to Move Objects Between Administrative Groups.

noteNote:
When you are moving or copying objects between administrative groups, click Refresh to see the object in the new container.
 
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