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c1030af2 Error on Exchange Public Folders

Posted on 2003-11-24
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Hi everyone. We just bought Small Business Server 2000 (2003 is being shipped to us in January), and were having some trouble getting Public Folders to work.

I've already read through a lot of questions regardign this, and I think the M: drive is the problem.  We were running ArcServe 2000 SBS on the M: drive before, and had never tried using Public Folders until now.

Is there a way to restore the permissions on that drive without reinstalling or anything that drastic?  Or is it possible that this is not the problem?

Thanks!
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That applies to folders under the main folder.  I cannot even access the public folder tree itself.
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I gave up.  If you need to fix it, reinstall Exchange.
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