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Microsoft Exchange 2010 management console problem

Posted on 2011-02-21
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Hi experts,

I have a problem in my Exchange 2010 management console: the server configuration is not showed as you can see on the image I attached to this message.

Anybody knows why?

Thanks in advance.

 Microsoft Exchange 2010 management console (Spanish) without Server configuration node
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by:GEO1277
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Have you tried expanding the field by clicking the plus icon next to Config?
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by:BCipollone
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+ <---Click
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The account you are logged in with must not have Exchange Server Administrator rights delegated to it. It looks like it only has Exchange Org and Exchange Recipient Admin rights.
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by:david-marti
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GEO1277 and BCipollone, I'm no fool, but thanks.
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Haha well that's good to know :)
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