Unresolved SIDS On Mailbox Permissions

Hi
This is probably super-easy, however I have a problem with 2 unresolved sids showing up as having permissions on my exchange server in exchange system manager. I can't remove them from there as they are inheriting permissions from the parent, and I don't want to turn off inheritance. So where's the parent so I can get rid of them? Ask any questions you need to. Thanks in advance! (Oh it's Exchange 2000 Server, SP3)
Deb :))
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harleyjdCommented:
This sounds whacky, but try reapplying SP3 - http://support.microsoft.com/?ID=320007

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Debsyl99Author Commented:
Hi Harleyjd,
Thanks for your response - tried re-applying sp3 and it didn't work, but have figured it out myself although with your help. I enabled the secuirty tab on the exchange organisation as per the article contained in the link you posted, thinking I could get at the blighters there - nope it's still inheriting from it's parent. So what's above that I thought? I decided to check on the exchange object under services in AD sites and services, and there they are and I could remove them from there. Without the link to enable the security tab on the organisation I wouldn't have got there, so am accepting your answer anyway,
Thanks,
Deb :))
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harleyjdCommented:
cool. thanks. The doco said "this is by design", but maybe it doesn't apply unless it actually upgrades the server or sumthin...

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Debsyl99Author Commented:
Hi
Maybe because of this? - it's not a clustered server.
"Note that this behavior occurs only if you reinstall Exchange 2000 or if you apply a service pack to Exchange 2000 on a clustered server"
Anyway no worries they're gone,
Cheers
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kdibricidaCommented:
I am having the same issue.  I went through all the same steps.  i am at the point of trying your suggestion of going to the exchange object under services.  When I go here I do not get the security tab.  Any suggestions?
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