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Server Properties > System Settings Tab

 

Applies to: Exchange Server 2007 SP3, Exchange Server 2007 SP2, Exchange Server 2007 SP1

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-21

Use the System Settings tab to view system settings information about the server.

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You can also use the Exchange Management Shell to view system settings information about a server. For more information, see Get-ExchangeServer.
Domain controller servers being used by Exchange

This box displays a list of domain controller servers that are used by the Exchange server.

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To use the Exchange Management Shell to view the list of domain controllers, use the Get-ExchangeServer command with the Status parameter and view the CurrentDomainControllers property.
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This box is not available on Edge Transport servers.
Global catalog servers being used by Exchange

This box displays a list of global catalog servers that are used by the Exchange server.

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To use the Exchange Management Shell to view the list of global catalog servers, use the Get-ExchangeServer command with the Status parameter and view the CurrentGlobalCatalogs property.
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This box is not available on Edge Transport servers.
Automatically send fatal service error report to Microsoft

Select this check box if you want to enable the error reporting feature and automatically send an error report to Microsoft in the event of a fatal error.

If you installed Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 by using the Exchange Server 2007 Setup wizard, on the Error Reporting page, you selected whether to enable the error reporting feature. If you installed Exchange 2007 using Setup.com from a Command Prompt window, the error reporting feature was disabled by default, unless you used the EnableErrorReporting parameter.

If you enabled the error reporting feature, information about fatal service errors is sent to Microsoft over encrypted channels. The information is used to improve Microsoft products.

When this feature is enabled and the issue reported has a known solution, the server will receive feedback from Microsoft. This feedback contains a link to information that may help resolve the problem.

For more information about the error reporting feature, see Privacy Statement for the Microsoft Error Reporting Service.

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To use the Exchange Management Shell to view whether error reporting is enabled, use the Get-ExchangeServer command with the Status parameter and view the ErrorReportingEnabled property.
To ensure that you are reading the most up-to-date information and to find additional Exchange Server 2007 documentation, visit the Exchange Server TechCenter.
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