On the next page, you can specify the group scope and group type you want to be assigned to the groups generated by the Group Family.
Figure 101: Group type and scope
Available are the standard options for the group scope and group type. The Group Family creates groups of the scope and type you select.
On the next page, you can specify the container you want to hold the groups generated by the Group Family.
Figure 102: Location of groups
You can choose one of these options:
On the next page, you can specify whether you want the groups generated by the Group Family to be mail-enabled, and set up Exchange-related properties to assign to those groups upon their creation.
Figure 103: Exchange-related settings
If you want the Group Family groups to be mail-enabled, select the Mail-enable groups created by Group Family check box. Then, you can set up the following Exchange-related properties for the Group Family groups:
On the next page, you can schedule the Group Family to run. During each run, the Group Family performs as described in the How it works section, earlier in this chapter.
When setting up the schedule options, take into account that a Group Family run is a lengthy and resource intensive operation. Therefore, a Group Family run should be scheduled for a time that it will have the minimum impact on users.
Figure 104: Group family scheduling
Select the first check box to run the Group Family right after you complete the wizard and whenever the Group Family is modified by managing the configuration storage group (see Administering Group Family later in this chapter).
Select the second check box to set up schedule options. As long as this check box is selected, the Group Family runs at specified time.
From the Run on this server list, you can select the Administration Service to run the Group Family. It is advisable to choose the least loaded Service.