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How To Set Exchange 2007 Public Folder Root Permissions?

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I have Exchange 2007 SP1 and am running into an issue with Public Folder permissions. It seems that all users have the permission to create new folders underneath the root public folder (all public folders). I only want them to have permission to create folders underneath folders I create for them.  These public folders were replicated from an Exchange 2000 server.  This is the only server will all roles assigned to it.  It is a new Dell server running Windows 2003 Server and it is a DC.

Anybody have some insight on this?
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Public folder permissions are easily set in ADSI Edit... in fact, ADSI Edit will likely become your preferred security permission tool for all your permissions tasks as it allows for much more in-depth configuration.
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