Permission inheritance block on Echange Organization object

Posted on 2008-11-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Hi Experts,
Microsoft Exchange Best Practices Analyzer show the error specified in the title, I have 4 exchange 2003 domains, and 1 Exchange 2007 Domain, all under the same forest.

I have identified with ADSI where is the problem, the "Include inheritable permissions from this object's parent" flag in uncheked in the advaced properties of the CN="organization" folder

my question is:

what appen to the existing permission on the entire organization if I reactivate the inheritance?

Is strongly suggested from microsoft to do it but I'm worry about wrong setting in the parents object that can stop all exchange servers in all domain.

Question by:Lan_Power
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    Accepted Solution

    This should be fine, you are just including permissions that are on the parent object onto this folder, not changing the parent permissions..
    hope this helps you

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