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New Exchange 2013 server in Exchange Domain Servers group?

Posted on 2014-04-28
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Good afternoon,

I've recently installed an Exchange 2013 server into an Exchange 2010 (with SP3) environment.  I was having some issues with clearing a MoveRequest, receiving an "Insufficient access rights to perform the operation" error message.  While troubleshooting this issue, I found that the new Exchange 2013 server is not part of the group "Exchange Domain Servers".

Should I add this new exchange server computer account to this group?

Thanks,

Bill.
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Yes - it should be a member of that group.
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