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Advanced security setting reset to default.

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ello all,

By misstake i have reset all advanced settings to default that relict a problems with Exchange 2010 any one know how to roll  back or  edit it again because i don't have backup , Good day .

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how i can recover it back , thanks all.
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Question by:Bahloul
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by:imkottees
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Hi,

As per my knowledge there is no way of resetting security settings :(
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 2000 total points
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I would say try with the below command once

Setup.com /PrepareAD

- Rancy
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by:lpadmin1
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What was the outcome of this, I am just curious to build my knowledge of this command / issue.
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