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Posted on 2007-11-28
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Just setup a BE Server and I am just about done! I have to grant the Blackberry service Log on rights
but when I goto the Local Security Settings as a Domain Administrator or a Local admin it is grayed out.
This was never a issue before  
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No this i s a Member Server. The Problem was resolved, it was a policy + rights
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