Exchange 2003 to 2010

I'm migrating from Exchange 2003 to 2010 when I run the EXBPA, I receive an error that states
"Permissions inheritance block on Exchange Domain Servers group object      Domain: ATC
Access control list (ACL) inheritance is blocked for the Exchange Domain Servers group object in domain '' (CN=Exchange Domain Servers,CN=Users,DC=ATC,DC=com). This may cause mail flow problems, recipient update service failures and other service outages. Use the Active Directory Users and Computers program to re-enable inheritance on this object."

I've looked at the permissions at the domain level in AD Users and Computers. I've attached a screen shot to show what the Exchange Servers group has; I can't help but think it's wrong. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
Take a look at this link as it shows how to re-instate the permissions accordingly....

Hope this helps
Mohammed TahirMicrosoft Exchange and O365 AdministratorCommented:
arwen1201Author Commented:
It's enabled, but the permissions for the Exchange servers group is empty. I was wondering if anyone knows what they should be? Read, write, execute, etc?
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Mohammed TahirMicrosoft Exchange and O365 AdministratorCommented:
I have checked the same in my exchange server and there is also not defined any permission.

Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
That is correct they should not show any permissions in this view. What you see is correct.

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