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  • Exchange 2003 default permissions for ANONYMOUS LOGON and Everyone

    ANONYMOUS LOGON and Everyone have the following top level permissions in our Exchange 2003 Server:
    • Read
    • Execute
    • Read permissions
    • List contents
    • Read properties
    • List objects
    • Create public folder
    • Create named properties in the information store

    Are these the "default" settings?
    In particular, are the "Read" and "Execute" permissions a problem?
    We have a simple small business setup, Outlook clients connect to the server on the local network, OWA is used from outside the network for browser and smartphone access.



    Thanks

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    Re: Exchange 2003 default permissions for ANONYMOUS LOGON and Everyone

    Those permissions appear correct.
    Those are permissions on the object not the content. All users need to be able to read the object to see the permissions.

    Rule number 1 with permissions - do not touch unless you really know what the consequences are. Due to the way that Exchange caches permissions, a change can appear to have no effect, but then things start to go wrong a few hours later which can lock you out of the server.

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      Re: Exchange 2003 default permissions for ANONYMOUS LOGON and Everyone

      thanks .

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