Hello All! I am fairly new to being a exchange admin and I'm having a odd issue. When I started work on Tuesday I added myself on both Exchange and in the Domain. I can receive and send email. I can do everything I need so I haven't screwed things up too horribly...yet. Well the next day I go and type in my name in the Global Address Book and I'm not in there. I figure that I just need to update the GAL. I use the shell command and the next day, I'm still not in there. i started thinking today and my email also won't sync with my phone. I start doing some research and I come across an error in my event log that has the following:
Event ID 1053 Active Sync
I do some research on the error and it seems easy to fix it. I'm gonna feel like an idiot asking this but when I click on my user object I can't find the security tab. I have attached a screen shot. Am I missing something?
I am using Windows Server 2008 and Exchange 2010
My boss has never touched access either so I'm kind of flying blind. Thanks for any help you can give the noob :) properties-screen-shot.docx
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