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Granting full access to mailboxes fails

After applying RU6 for Exchange 2010 SP1, my administrators can't grant mailbox rights, but get this error:

The operation on mailbox "Domain.local/Microsoft Exchange Hosted Organizations/VI/" failed because it's out of the curre
nt user's write scope. The object 'Domain.local/Microsoft Exchange Hosted Organizations/VI/' must be within the read sco
pe before and after it's modified. Can't perform the save operation.
    + CategoryInfo          : NotSpecified: (KL4.local/ [Add-MailboxPermission], TaskInvalidOperati
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : 929D6867,Microsoft.Exchange.Management.RecipientTasks.AddMailboxPermission.

I can't seem to find anything out there to help me resolve this issue.  As you see this is a hosted Exchange 2010 SP1.
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I tried:

Set-AdServerSettings -ViewEntireForest $True  (This is Exchange 2010)

But I get the same error.
This could also be helpful in troubleshooting this:

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-ADServerSettings | Format-List

RunspaceId                                 : 086a1d70-73ff-4ca6-a82d-1bd4ef5994ec
DefaultGlobalCatalog                       : XXXMSAD02.KL4.local
PreferredDomainControllerForDomain         : {}
DefaultConfigurationDomainController       : XXXMSAD01.DOMAIN.local
DefaultPreferredDomainControllers          : {XXXMSAD02.DOMAIN.local}
UserPreferredGlobalCatalog                 :
UserPreferredConfigurationDomainController :
UserPreferredDomainControllers             : {}
RecipientViewRoot                          :
ViewEntireForest                           : True
WriteOriginatingChangeTimestamp            : False
WriteShadowProperties                      : False
Identity                                   :
IsValid                                    : True