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microsoft Active directory - Exchange extension access is denied c00700005

Posted on 2011-09-09
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Windows 2003 Server with Microsoft Exchange 2003
Active Direcctory User's and computers can't access any user properties get the error message as soon as I try.
When openning up Exchange system manager I get the same error message
Can't open event viewer says access denied
Microsoft active Directory - Exchange Extension
Access is denied.
Facility: Win32
ID no: c00700005
Microsoft Active Directory - Exchange Extension
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Question by:pgiegucz
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by:setasoujiro
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might be a stupid question, but your ARE member of domain admins?
and for exchange member of the organization managers?
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by:pgiegucz
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Yes  logged in as the administrator.  Can open the properties windows for any of user accounts I get the error message  stated.
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by:setasoujiro
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yes but are you the DOMAIN admin, and not local admin of the server?
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by:pgiegucz
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Domani admin
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Sandeshdubey earned 500 total points
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Open the registry
On HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and HKEY_CURRENT_USER got to permission and add the administartor id with full control.
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problem solved
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