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OWA Exchange 2007 You do not have the permissions to access the requested document or folder.

Posted on 2010-11-11
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Hi Experts,

When I try to add a folder to the "Documents" section of OWA, I end up recieving:

You do not have the permissions to access the requested document or folder.

The shares that I created on the server work, however the folder that was created by AD for the user during account creation doesn't.

Is there a permission that I need to add to the users folder for Exchange to have access to it?

Thanks,
byd2k
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you need to modify the owa virtual directory settings in the EMC
Go to Server Configuration, Client Access Server, and properties for the owa vdir
Go to the Remote file servers tab
Modify the Allow list to include the server(s) you wish to have remote access to
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