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Active Directory Classes

Office 2007

Office Communications Server adds several new classes and attributes to Active Directory. All Live Communications Server and Office Communications Server classes and attributes take as a prefix the string "msRTCSIP."

Classes introduced to the Active Directory schema in the Office Communications Server 2007 release are marked "(new)."

This new auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds all settings related to archiving.

This class represents a single instant messaging archiving server. An instance of this class is created when a computer is activated as an instant messaging archiving server, such as a computer with the Instant Messaging Archiving Service installed.

This class holds attributes that define the configured domains of the SIP registrar.

This class container represents a single Access Edge Server. Because an Access Edge Server is deployed in the perimeter network and customers usually do not allow Active Directory access from the perimeter network, Access Edge Servers are not joined to the intranet’s Active Directory network. Therefore, Access Proxies are not automatically registered in Active Directory. The administrator must manually configure the existence of each Access Edge Servers in Active Directory.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-MCU holds attributes representing settings for conferencing servers.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-MediationServer holds attributes representing settings for Mediation Servers.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-Server holds attributes representing settings for SIP servers.

This new auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds all settings related to federation.

This class holds all settings that apply throughout an Office Communications Server deployment.

This class represents a single Office Communications Server 2007 meeting policy.

This class is a container that represents a specific location profile.

This class is a container for multiple location profiles and does not contain any attributes itself.

This class is a container that represents an instance of a location normalization rule.

This class is a container for multiple local normalization rules and does not contain any attributes itself.

This class represents a single conferencing server.

This class holds multiple msRTCSIP-MCUFactory classes and does not have attributes itself.

This class is a container representing an MCU factory for a single medium type. An instance of this class is created when the first MCU for this particular type and vendor is activated.

This class provides an association from a specific pool to its MCU factory.

This class holds the entry for the service connection point for a Mediation Server.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds attributes representing configurable meeting settings.

This class is a container representing an instance of a least cost route to a gateway or set of gateways. This information is used by all Enterprise pools or servers running Standard Edition to route outgoing calls to the PSTN network in the most cost effective way.

This class is a container for multiple, least-cost routes and does not contain any attributes itself.

This class holds multiple Office Communications Server policy classes and does not have any attributes itself.

This class represents a single Office Communications Server pool.

This class holds multiple Office Communications Server pools and does not have any attributes itself.

This class represents the service connection point of a pool. Users hosted on a pool have their msRTCSIP-PrimaryHomeServer attribute point to an instance of this class.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds attributes representing user settings maintained by the SIP registrar servers.

This class is a container representing an instance of a phone route usage. A phone route usage class consists of an attribute field and a description field. The attribute field defines a usage type. The description field allows administrators to describe the usage for this attribute in the phone route.

This class holds multiple instances of the msRTCSIP-RouteUsage class and does not have any attributes itself.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds attributes that limit and control the scope of search results.

This class represents a single SIP server.

This class holds the global settings container and msRTCSIP-domain objects.

This class holds attributes identifying whether a conferencing server is a trusted server.

This class holds multiple Office Communications Server instances of the msRTCSIP-TrustedMCU class and does not have any attributes itself.

This class holds multiple msRTCSIP-TrustedProxy classes and does not contain any attributes itself.

This class is a container representing a server running Proxy Server. An instance of this class is created when activating a new Proxy Server on a computer joined to Active Directory.

This class holds attributes identifying whether the server is a trusted server.

This class is a container representing a trusted server that is routable using a GRUU address. An instance of this class is created when activating a new SIP server that is trusted by Office Communications Server. This trusted server must be joined to an Active Directory domain.

This class is a container for multiple globally routable user agent URI (GRUU) servers and does not contain any attributes itself.

This class holds attributes identifying whether a Web component is a trusted component.

This class holds multiple Office Communications Server instances of the msRTCSIP-TrustedWebComponentServer class and does not have any attributes itself.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-GlobalContainer holds attributes related to unified communications.

This class holds the service connection point for Internet Information Server (IIS).

This class provides an association from a specific pool to the Web components that the pool will use.

This auxiliary class to msRTCSIP-WebComponent holds attributes representing settings for Web components.

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