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Also, and this is important, check to make sure that you have either an Enterprise (E) or an Educational (A) Office 365 subscription level.
The original idea was borrowed from this Microsoft blog post, but since not all of the steps were covered there in sufficient detail, I am expanding them here, and adding two specific examples: how to segment GAL based on distribution lists membership, and how to segment GAL based on Office attribute.
This makes it possible to lock down any given user to viewing contact details only of the employees they are supposed to see, creating an impression that the user is in a different Exchange / Office 365 organization. It was possible to do this in on-prem Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007, and even as far back as Exchange 2003.
But it is a somewhat new concept in Exchange Online and Office 365, and there isn’t a great deal of information on it out there yet.
Since there was a distribution group in AD, but not on SBS Console Group, I deleted the group from AD and re-created that group in SBS Console and the new group name is appearing in both Primary and Backup DCs. The reason I setup backup DC was because whenever SBS/DC goes down for maintenance, no one could access the Internet. So just remove 192.168.1.3 from Alternate DNS and keep Backup DC the same like below? What kinds of problems can occur if I kept 192.168.1.3 in Alternate DNS server field? The bottom line is, if your reason for having a backup DC is for servicing logins and internet requests if the SBS is out of service, then the SBS doesnt need that DNS server. DNS is synchronized among domain integrated DNS servers without specifying them on the network adapter.
So I thought by creating backup DC, users could continue to use the Internet while SBS is down. Primary DC Backup DC ************* ************* IP 192.168.1.9 192.168.1.3 Subnet 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.0 Default GTWY 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168 Preferred DNS 192.168.1.9 22.214.171.124 Alternate DNS . SBS was intended to be a single DC environment, for most environments a single server.
Rule #1 - Use the SBS Console When you start trying to configure SBS through ADUC and other direct methods, that is when things break.