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In my friend's organisation Exchange  Server 2003 runs on a Microsft Windows

Server 2003 member server in a domain. The

Exchange server contains two mailbox stores. All

user accounts are located in the Accounts

organisational unit (OU)

An e-mail virus infects all mailboxes on both

mailbox stores. You create a non administrative

user that needs to be able to use the Exmerge

utility. This user does not have the necessary

permissions to open other user's mailboxes.

He needs to assign this user permission to open

all user's mailboxes to extract the virus?

What should be done:-

A.Assign the user Full Control permissions to

the Accounts OU

B.Assign the user Send As and Receive As

permissions

C. Add the user to the Exchange Domain Servers

group

D. Add the user to the Enterprise Admins global

group and to the Exchange server's local

Administrators group


I think of d. since it is the best rights management.
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