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Posted on 2008-06-23
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Do you know of a specific software that would analyse the AD and let you know the rights of each users on a spécific folder?
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by:coolsport00
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Not sure what you're asking. Are you wanting to know permissions on an OU in AD? You can easily do that by right-clicking on the OU and looking at the security tab.

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by:Alain_Henri
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I konw it sound weird but here is the problem.  I am admin with all admin rights on my exchange 2000 server.  I also have all the admin rights on the domain controller and so on.  When I tried to access some of my user's mailbox, I can not.  but in teh same session I do have access to other mailboxes.

I am sure that it is a problem of inhereted rights but how can I locate the problem?
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by:coolsport00
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You may have to grant yourself Exchange Admin rights. You do so in Exchange Sys Mgr (of course, you'll need to add your acct to the group acct in AD); What I did (when we had 2K) was I just added my acct explicitly instead of via the Exchg Admin group.
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Oh, and where you need to add is on either the org, or server (properties area) in Sys Mgr. If you have different mail stores, check the properties there too (for inheritence), etc.
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Thanks, it did the job.
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