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Auditing Exchange Permissions

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Hello,

We're in the middle of an Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003 mixed mode migration.  We have about 20 Sites (both mixed and Native AG's).  We would like to safely do an audit from the Org Level and more importantly, from the Administrative Group level and below.  We want to dump the permissions to a report or something similiar which we can reference.  Again, this is production so we want to be careful.

Does anyone know of an easy solution other than right clicking on each AG and doing "Delegate Control"?

Thanks
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Permissions within your Exchange Org can get pretty tricky.  There is a third party utility that can handle individual permissions, but for each AG .. you will be using the almighty right-click
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