In part one of this article series, we examined the properties of the default OAB that is generated when Exchange 2010 is installed.Let’s now turn our attention to understanding how the OAB files are generated and distributed to the client machines running Outlook.
On the server LABMBX, it is possible to navigate to the \Program Files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\V14\Exchange OAB folder to view the actual OAB files as you can see in Figure 6.
Figure 6: Contents of the Exchange OAB Folder It can be seen from Figure 6 that the actual Exchange OAB folder contains a sub-folder named with a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) and that the actual OAB files are contained within this sub-folder.
This GUID is the actual GUID of the OAB called Default Offline Address Book in the lab environment and you will see later that it can be used during the diagnostics logging process to confirm which OAB is being referenced when troubleshooting.
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