Security settings cant be set in AD

Posted on 2012-08-29
Last Modified: 2012-10-16

I got a user in a subdomain that the security settings in Active Directory keep getting "reseted" on.

I have added the "Exchange Servers" group on the OU and setting for apply in "This object and all decendant objects". this works for every user except one, on this user "Include inheriable permissions ..." checkbox keeps getting unchecked every hour.

If i add the exchange servers group manualy on this user the security settings also disapares after a while.

Any idéas?
Question by:mattemattsson
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    by:Mike Kline
    Do the permissions get reset about every hour?



    Author Comment

    I took time now, between this message and my post before (5min) the settings was gone :(

    Author Comment

    No Ideas?

    Author Comment

    More info, If i create a new user, go to security settings on user in Active Directory "Include inheritable permissions.." gets unchecked eaven here after a minute.

    Accepted Solution

    The user was member of Administrator group and this caused the error

    Author Closing Comment

    I found the problem my self

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