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Permission, Replications Problem in Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I'm trying to change replications on my public folder directory.  I have rights to make a change on the subfolder but not the main root folder for replication.  Also my Permissions tab on that root folder, Administrative rights is greyed out. How can I change that.  I need to make these necessary changes so I can demote my exchange server 2003..
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sounds like you're trying to administrate the permissions from within outlook and not the Exchange System-Manager.

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No.  I'm adminstrate permissions from Exchange System-Manager.  
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In Exchange System Manager go to:
Administrative Groups -> First administrative group -> Folder
right click on "publich folder" -> Settings -> Security/Permission
(translated from german system -> the names may vary in your english system)

There you may set the security settings.

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I found a solution.
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