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MS Exchange 2010 RBAC Error in System Log..

Hi All.

Have a weird one here.  I am in the process of Migrating a customer from a multi server Exchange 2003 / Server 2003 environment to a single box SBS 2011 server.  There were a fe issues with the installation (the vpn tunnel went down during AD sync) and Exchange 2010 refused to install.

I have sorted those sync issues and managed to find an article which allowed me to do the Exchange 2010 install via a CMD and that's gone in fine.  I have created and migrated mailboxes with no problem and it's currently working fine, sending and recieving mail no problem.

However, I am getting a permissions error in the Application log which is bugging me. Details are...

(Process w3wp.exe, PID 9812) "RBAC authorization returns Access Denied for user xxxxxxxxxx.co.uk/Domain Controllers/sbssvr-01. Reason: No role assignments associated with the specified user were found on Domain Controller sbssvr-01.xxxx.xx.uk"

Event ID is 17

These occur every 30 minutes. There are some other issues with Sharepoint but I'm not using that at all so not too worried.

The server appears to be working in every other sense, the Exchange installation completed with no errors and email migration went flawlessly as well.

Any help on this matter would be appreciated!

Cheers.

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Jellyfish2004
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Dhiraj MuthaLevel DCommented:
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Jellyfish2004Author Commented:
Thanks all who replied.

I'll check this and report back. Apologies for the late reply - 14 hour day yesterday...oh the joys...

Cheers,
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Jellyfish2004Author Commented:
Cheers. Awesome.
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