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What Exchange accounts/services require security access to new Citrix Xenapp servers?

Posted on 2011-03-11
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A new Citrix Xenapp server has been setup in development to begin testing virtual desktops. i noticed the following are listed on that server's Security tab: Exchange Enterprise Servers, Exchange Recipient Administrator and Exchange Servers. The permissions are different for each one. I have no experience with virtual desktop or Xenapp and was hoping you could advise if these are required?
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by:Carl Webster
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Did you install the Exchange Management Console on the server?
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by:mylogo
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Not on any of the Xenapp servers. As far as I know, they don't need the Exchange Management Console on them and I certainly don't want any of the Citrix farm administrators getting into Exchange for any tweaking.
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I think when they were added to the domain, they must've inherited those permissions. I'm going to remove them and then we'll see if anything breaks but I don't believe they're needed for this particular server.
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Found answer to my own question.
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