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    Morning Folks,

    Set-up - Windows 2003 AD, Exchange 2003

    Does anyone know where there inherited permissions are comming from??

    I have been searching high and low and for some reason all account are inheriting the DENY permission. This dialog box is from the Exchange Advanced mailbox rights option

    Thanks

    Michael
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  • #2
    Re: Inherited permissions?

    They'll be inheriting from the appropriate IS which will more than likely be inheriting from your server object permissions.

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    • #3
      Re: Inherited permissions?

      I assume IS means Information Store?

      How do you view these permissions?

      Michael
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      • #4
        Re: Inherited permissions?

        Yea it does. Use Exchange System Manager to view these permissions.

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        • #5
          Re: Inherited permissions?

          I've looked all over Excahnge Systems Manager for these permissions to edit but cant find them to edit. They all seem to be inhertiting them from else where. I've even checked AD for the permissions.
          Michael Armstrong
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          • #6
            Re: Inherited permissions?

            Have you checked the permissions on your server object ?
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            • #7
              Re: Inherited permissions?

              Yip,

              Inheriting from elsewhere - But I can stop the inheritance, copy the permissions and then make the change but I want to know where it's getting them from.

              PLus the permissions dont match - unless there are more advanced permission here. I just cant find where the full control is denied

              Michael
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              • #8
                Re: Inherited permissions?

                Ahhhh, right I get you.

                Run this reg file.

                Code:
                Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
                
                [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Exchange\EXAdmin]
                "ShowSecurityPage"=dword:00000001
                Then open SysManager and right click your organisation, and set permissiosn there.

                NOTE/ If the backup account has "Deny SendAs" and "Deny Receive" then it Denies Full mailbox access on the actual mailbox as the permissions are not as granular.

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                • #9
                  Re: Inherited permissions?

                  Actually I forgot one thing, more than likely your org will inherit from elsewhere as well.

                  I usually disable inheritance here and set permissions directly on my org, never had a problem with it.

                  If you don't want to do that then it's an ADSIedit job.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Inherited permissions?

                    m80arm,

                    Tooper is right use ADSI edit this will be the location that will give the permissions for anything to do with Exchange and Active Directory as well. In ADSI you can get a granular as you need to be. Be carful when in there you can mees things up if you not careful

                    HTH
                    gaaq

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                    • #11
                      Re: Inherited permissions?

                      Cheers for all the info Topper and for your input gaaq.

                      I was hoping to avoid ADSI

                      Michael
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