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Error when trying to view Mailbox rights in AD

Posted on 2007-11-28
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I recently installed Exchange tools to manage user email accounts through Active Directory.  Everything seems to be working except the mailbox rights button under the Exchange Advanced tab.  When I try to click on the button, I receive the following error:
There is no such object on the server.

Facility: LDAP Provider
IDno: 800072030
Microsoft Active Directory - Exchange Extension


I don't think anyone else in the office is using this feature and I was not the one who configured the Exchange 2003 server.  I do not know what permissions I have to the exchange server, but suspect that this may be the issue.  Could you please shed some light on this?  Thank you!
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Try logging into the console of the Exchange server.
Open Active Directory Users and Computers.
Right click on the domain and select "delegate control"
Give yourself the desired priviledges.
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See this...
http://technet.microsoft.com/hi-in/library/aa996098.aspx#Error80072030
Use Exchange System Manager to add a replica of the top-level folder (only). After you do so, you can propagate the folder rights successfully to all of the subfolders.

You can run pfdavadmin utility to reset the PF Permissions.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_21812273.html
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