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The preferred deployment model now in a Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 environment is to use user certificate auto-enrollment, but support for Exchange KMS advanced security using the Exchange tools included in the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in is still available.Although the new model is easiest with little or no user interaction, from the legacy Outlook and KMS side, the manual process is still simple; it begins when clients use Outlook to generate a temporary key, which is then used to protect the initial client-to-CA exchange.You can change the name format for the contacts in the main Microsoft Outlook Contact folder or any contact folders that you create.These folders are listed in the Outlook Address Book.Your contacts might not all be formatted the same way, which can mean they don’t show up as expected when you sort using the File As column.
Whether they're in a 100,000-user tech giant or a 20-person consultancy, thousands of admins with a combined total of 3 million users worldwide have relied on Outlook Photos to put photos in the AD.
PLEASE NOTE: This is NO LONGER supported and provided as-is for information ONLY.
The information here relates to pre-Hybrid configurations that used the Consumer MFG.
For more information on how to set up and utilize certificate auto-enrollment with Windows Server 2003, refer to the white paper.
The most common way for enterprise users to get a certificate is through the Windows Server 2003 Certificate Services component, which (as you read in Chapter 12, "Secure Email") takes the place of the Exchange 2000 Server KMS.
We auto-match pictures to names or other data in the Active Directory – matching the user 'Karen Green' with her photo in 'Karen Green.jpg' so you don't have to.