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EX 2007 Send As problem

Posted on 2013-06-22
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I have a user Joe, and I want to give user Mary Send As rights.  In 2007 EMC, I go to Joe, Manager Send As Permissions, Add Mary, and Manage.  The command goes through, with Success.

Mary can't Send As.  

When I go Back to Joe, and Manage Send As Permissions again, Mary is not listed.  If I go to the EMC, and issue:

Add-ADPermission -Identity Joe -User Mary -AccessRights extendedright -ExtendedRights "send as"

It tells me:

WARNING: Appropriate ACE is already present on object "CN=Joe,CN=Users,DC=ep,DC=local" for account "domain\Mary".

Mary can't Send As.


Everything looks fine in ADUC, as well.

BTW, restarting the IS is not an option, so I waited over night.

Some more info:  OS=2003 r2, BlackBerry's are in the picture too, but neither user has one.
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by:amaexchange
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Are you sure that the given right is synced to all participants? I our environment we have to wait for some time that some settings are synced out.
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by:JeffPeterson
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As I said, "BTW, restarting the IS is not an option, so I waited over night."
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by:JeffPeterson
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Another clue:  I randomly assigned Send As to another user, and it worked.  The user showed up when I went back into Joe's Send As.
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by:JeffPeterson
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I finally figured it out.  In Jope's AD account, under security, his effective permissions excluded 'Send As'.  Under SELF, the right was there, but set to "Thisobject only'.  I changed it to 'This object and all child objects', and Mary showed up in his 'Send As' list.
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by:JeffPeterson
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for JeffPeterson's comment #a39269904

for the following reason:

It worked.
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by:JeffPeterson
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Well kiss my grits!  

After a few minutes, Mary is no longer in Joe's Send As list.  I'm back to where I was.
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by:JeffPeterson
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Checked the admincount property.  Both are set to null.  Neither one has been a member of a protected group.
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Finally, I removed Mary's permisions from Joe's account completely, Restarted the IS, and when it came back up, I was able to add Mary to Joe's Send As list.
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by:JeffPeterson
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It stayed put, even after I restarted IS again.
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