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Exhcnage 2003 public folder security

Posted on 2004-08-23
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Hey all,, heres what i got.

A public folder store with lots of public folders(go figure).

so i go to ESM, i go to public folders, i right click a folder go to properties, go to permissions, select client permissions and BOOM "an unknow error has occured 8004010f"

Weird,,  I looked up the error,, and cant figure out how it applies in this case..  permissions are solid to allow admin to change permissions, etc etc etc,, any thoughts?
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Have you got Outlook installed on the same machine that you are using ESM on?

Simon.
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by:Brent92663
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Problem solved.. It appears that the onsite amdinistrator mesed up the acl pretty bad for the folders.. so recreated the folders.. and all is good..

Please close..
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You need to request the question to be closed and the reasons in the support forum. Click on "support" in the top right corner.

Glad to hear that you have it fixed.

Simon.
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