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How can I see what Public Folders are set to Read Only

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I am trying to pull a report showing Exchange 2010 Public Folders are read Only or not.  How can I go about doing this?
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by:imkottees
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you can edit this script according your requirement..
Get-PublicFolder -Identity \ -Recurse | Get-PublicFolderClientPermission | ? {$_.AccessRights -eq "owner"} | Select-Object identity,user | export-csv c:\test.csv
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by:Levi Gwyn
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Try this PowerShell cmdlet:

get-publicfolder -getchildren | get-publicfolderclientpermission
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by:Twhite0909
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This command get-publicfolder -getchildren | get-publicfolderclientpermission  errored with

"Pipeline not executed bc pipleine is already executing"


This command  Get-PublicFolder -Identity \ -Recurse | Get-PublicFolderClientPermission | ? {$_.AccessRights -eq "owner"} | Select-Object identity,user | export-csv c:\test.csv

Erroed that access to C:\test.csv is denied
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by:Levi Gwyn
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Make sure the account you're using to run these scripts has been given the Organization Management role in Exchange.  Also, it's best to run these scripts on the actual Exchange server (you're probably already doing this but don't want to assume anything).
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Can you add a line to also get the last access time and last modification time of each Public folder to this command:

 Get-PublicFolder -Identity \ -Recurse | Get-PublicFolderClientPermission | ? {$_.AccessRights -eq "owner"} | Select-Object identity,user | export-csv c:\test.csv
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