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Hi,

I am running Exchange Server 2003. When i log on from my PC and into Exchange system Manager i do not have the rights to edit Public Folders. I have checked all my permissions and from what i can see i have full rights. I can edit teh Mailbox store though. From ADUC i have gone to the advanced tab and gave myself full rights to the hidden Microsoft Exchange System Object but still i can't edit. What am i missing???

From Exchange system manger on my PC i cannot see the secruity tab for the top level?

Any ideas?
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by:Leon Teale
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are you doing this as admin or user?
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by:monarchit
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A user but i have domain admin rights?
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by:Leon Teale
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who ever set up the public folders needs to see what permissions he has assigned...find away to take owner ship of it ;)
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He has fulll permissions and i have taken over the ownership but still no joy.
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I have even tried cloning the doamin admin account and that don't show the secruity tab?

Only works with domain Administrator
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I have sorted it. I put myself in teh administartors group and noticed i did not have the write rights in advanced Exchange System Objects.
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