I'm attempting to retire an older domain admin account. While checking the exchange 2003 server I'm finding this account has permissions on objects like the address books and the message queues. On the security tab when I highlight the account and click remove I get the following error:
"You cannot remove "Account name" because this object is inheriting permissions from its parent"
I understand the message and why I'm getting it but I don't know where the "parent" is where the inheritence is coming from. I've checked all the higher level folders in the system manager but I don't see it. Can someone point me in the right direction?
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