Exchange Mailbox Manage full access permission issues -

Trying to give client full access to an exchange mailbox. User is already added to the mailbox i want to give full permission to.

when i click on manage i get this error.

"Some controls aren't valid"-Changes in the user/group list are required to grand or remove permissions.

I have done a thorough search on-line and still have no luck with this issue.

I have checked and enable inheritance for this object.
I have tried  commands involving "add-mailboxpermission" in powershell get a error saying this is not a recognized as the name of a cmdlet.


Anyone have any tips for this it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
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itGeniusAsked:
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Exchange_GeekConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Are you working with SBS 2011 server?

Add-MailboxPermission gsimmons -user pstanley -AccessRights fullaccess

where gsimmons is the mailbox on whom pstanley is being given full mailbox permission.

So, run the above cmdlet and provide the error OR feedback in terms of a screenshot.

Also, change the topic to add : Exchange Servers - this'll attract more EE towards your question :)

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itGeniusAuthor Commented:
Yes using SBS 2011 server.  Also new here so not sure how to change the topic.
have attached a screen shot of the error im getting.
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Exchange_GeekCommented:
You need to open Exchange Management Shell, the pic above depicts Windows Powershell.

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itGeniusAuthor Commented:
Colleague needed some education, thanks for the help though :)
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jschafer24Commented:
when i click on manage i get this error.

"Some controls aren't valid"-Changes in the user/group list are required to grand or remove permissions.

That indicates that you have not made any changes to the user list.

The [Manage] button tells the dialog to process the changes that you made.  That error indicates that you have not made any changes, so the [Manage] function doesn't have anything to do.  (It would make more sense if MS had just grayed out [Manage] until a change had been made to the User list.)

Begin by Adding or Deleting from the list, THEN click [Manage].   ;-]

~MrBIL
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AAROPSCommented:
I had same problem with one of my user. This is because of locked account. I unlocked the user account and was able to add the user successfully.
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