Exchange 2000 SP2 Missing "Exchange Advanced" TAB in AD Users & Computers

Posted on 2002-06-12
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Last Modified: 2010-07-27
For some reason I am missing the "Exchange Advanced: TAB (The one that let you assign mailbox rights) in the AD. I have installed SP2 and installed the AD Snap in for exchange. Has anyone seen this before or have a solution? Or another way of changing permissions on mailbox's???

Thanx in advance!

Question by:mattabyte
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Nevaar earned 600 total points
ID: 7072740
You need to highlight the Users Organizational unit and View Advanced Features.  You should be able to see the Exchange Advanced Tab then.

Expert Comment

ID: 7072744
Sorry, highlight and right click on the users OU. Then View -> Advanced Features.

Author Comment

ID: 7072792
Yeah, worked like a charm... cheers.

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