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Exchange 2007 unable to view properties in services in ADSS

Posted on 2011-09-14
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After applying some imperonsate permissions I tried to verify them in AD Sites and Services.  When clicking into the services and going to the properties on the server itself, I get nothing but a general tab with a description field.  Anyone have some insight into why I'm not seeing the true properties of this object?  Also, all the icons are missing and what appears to be the old organization still exists in here.  I'm not having any operational problems with exchange or AD, I just need to add some permissions for a 3rd party app to interact with the mailboxes.  I attached a screenshot.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!      ADSS properties
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by:Govvy
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What do you see when you browse to these services via ADSIEDIT?
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by:cambee72
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ADSI Edit look good.  I am able to go to the properties on the server in the Exchange Admin group. What led me here was to check on the impersonate settings and Exchange We Services Impersonation is set correctly but not allowing this user to access the mailboxes.  Seeing the missing icons and lack of properties started to get me thinking something may be wrong with AD.
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by:cambee72
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Also, even though the permission is set, it still won't allow the 3rd party app to do what it needs to stating cannot impersonate the user due to insufficient permissions.  I tried adding the send as permission using EMC and that failed too saying i didn't have send as permissions.
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I believe what you are seeing via AD S&S is correct and not due to permissions issues
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by:pogo1800
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Cambee72,

I'm having a similar issue as you, under the Sites and Services > Microsoft Exchange > the Exchange Organization is correct, but not showing regular Icon and if  I try to check the Properties, it does not show anything.
Did you ever find a fix for your issue?

Let me know.
Thank  you
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