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How to assingn  permissions for public folder exchange 2010

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi
We have done  a transition from  exchange 2003 to 2010
Now the all the users are able to see the public folder. we have around 700 users and i want only 10 users to to access the public folder and i want to disable access to  the remaining  695 users . Any tutorial to configure permissions  through exchange management console will be helpful

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You will need to use Outlook the same way as you did before.  The permissions should have been migrated when you replicated them to 2010 though.
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We have two different users ie the Admin and teachers. For the admin we have give microsoft client they are allowed to access the public folder. For the teachers we have given OWA and stiil  they are able to see the public folders is it possible to hide them fro the teachers
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In that case I would use OWA Segmentation, see here: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123962.aspx

Something like: Set-CASMailbox –Identity demazter –PublicFoldersEnabled:$false would disable public folder access for a user called demazter.
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i have 690 users. Do i need to run this command individuall for all the users  to disable access \hide public folder.
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no, you can disable it globally (in the OWA Segmentation tab) and then enable it only for the ones you want.
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