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Cannot remove ACE on object Domain\Exchange Servers because it's not present

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Hi,

The BPA says it should be Exchange Enterprise Servers but the tech article says Exchange Servers.

Can someone give me an idea of which command it is?

This:
remove-adpermission "dc=mydomain,dc=com" -user "mydomain\exchange servers" -accessrights writedacl -InheritedObjectType Group


or this

remove-adpermission "dc=mydomaindc=com" -user "mydomain\exchange Enterprise servers" -accessrights writedacl -InheritedObjectType Group



I am trying to get exact answers please
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Yes this part is incorrectly documented in the TechNet article...it should be "Exchange Enterprise Servers"
Refer this post, I have answered a similar query
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_24354230.html?cid=236
 
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thanks for clarification
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