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Taking a GUID and converting it to someone user account

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by mikecan, Feb 19, 2013.

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  1. mikecan

    mikecan Thread Starter

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    I have Microsoft Exchange 2003 and we have an error message refering to a GUID. How do I figure out who belongs to that ID.


    The rendering of large calendars with the web client orMicrosoft Internet Explorer for the mailbox with GUID:4e2736f2-4d0d-4161-9d20-606b5ef55703 will be slower. So how do I found out who is that GUID. It a windows 2003 server and i have a windows 7 client.
     
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    I found a tool it lets you work with LDP.
    http://blogs.technet.com/b/ehlro/archive/2010/04/22/how-to-find-the-object-that-belongs-to-a-guid.aspx

    The results make no sense to me. Results are below.:

    ldap_search_ext_s(ld,"<GUID=4e2736f2-4d0d-4161-9d20-606b5ef55703> ", 2,"objectclass=*"), attrList, 1, svrCtrls, ClntCtrls, 400, 0 ,&msg)

    Getting1 entries:

    Dn:CN=NYMailBoxStore3,CN=First Storage Group,CN=InformationStore,CN=EMAILSRV,CN=Servers,CN=NY,CN=AdministrativeGroups,CN=Mycompany,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=mycompany,DC=local

    cn:

    deletedItemFlags:

    deliveryMechanism:

    displayName:

    distinguishedName:

    garbageCollPeriod:

    homeMDBBL:

    instanceType:

    legacyExchangeDN:

    msExchUseOAB:

    name:

    objectCategory:

    objectClass:

    objectGUID:

    uSNChanged:

    uSNCreated:

    whenChanged:

    whenCreated:

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