I am trying to understanding how enable a permission disabled my account that i used to test the change and the users account i made the same change to.
We recently upgraded to Exchange 2010 from 2003 in Co-Existence and are about 95 complete with the migration. No issues all works fine. Today i got request to grant send as permissions for a user. When i attempted to do this in EMC i received access denied error regarding insufficient rights etc.
I researched the issue and found the links below and issue the commands recommended and made changes to permissions in AD (2008R2 Function level) as recommended bit only to a subset of OU's instead of the entire organization. This evening i get a call from the user because his account was disabled. I re-enabled in AD as well as mine since i did the same to my account to test. Can someone tell me why this happened?
Here are the PS commands i issued
Set-Mailbox user1 -type:shared
Add-ADPermission user1 -User User2 -ExtendedRights "Send As"
Sites I Referenced
I gave Exchange Servers Full Permission over the sub OU that the user was in and then marked his account to inherent permissions under the Advanced tab so that when i ran the second PS command it would propagate. Still failed but was able to do it from EMC under the Manage Send As Permissions