Re-Creating Enterprise Pools
Topic Last Modified: 2009-03-07
To re-create a pool, complete the following procedure before doing any other restoration for the pool, including restoring data, adding servers, and restoring settings in the pool. Repeat the procedures in this section for each pool that needs to be re-created.
To re-create the pool, use the LCSCmd.exe command-line tool and the following procedure.
To re-create the pool
Log on to the server as a member of the RTCUniversalServerAdmin and DomainAdmins groups or a group with equivalent user rights.
Open a command prompt.
At the command prompt, change to the directory that contains the LCSCmd.exe tool (by default, <drive>:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2).
At the command prompt, type the following command:
lcscmd /forest:<forest FQDN> /action:<action name> /poolname:<pool name> /poolbe:<SQL Server instance name (computer\instance name)> /refdomain:<domain FQDN> /dbdatapath:<database data file path> /dblogpath:<database log file path> /dyndatapath:<dynamic database data path> /dynlogpath:<dynamic database log path> /meetingcontentpath:<meeting content UNC path> /meetingmetapath:<meeting metadata UNC path> /clean
After typing the command, to start recreating the pool, press ENTER.
Repeat this procedure for each Enterprise pool in your organization that needs to be re-created.
After you have completed the procedure in this section to re-create a pool, do the following:
- Restore all required servers in the Enterprise pool configuration. For details, see Restoring Settings in Enterprise Pool, Consolidated Topology Environments.
- Reassign users, if required. For details, see Reassigning Users.
- Restore domain information, if required. For details, see Restoring Domain Information.