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Can't add user from Active Directory as a recipient Exchange 2013

Posted on 2014-10-08
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I get this error when I browse and select an existing user then save.

active directory operation failed on server.mydomain.local this error is not retriable. Additional information; Insufficient access rights to perform the operation. Active directory response: 000030+9: SecErr: DSID-03150A48, problem 4003 (Insuff_Access_Rights), data 0
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by:Joshua Grantom
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It shows that your account does not have access to add user mailboxes in exchange. What Admin groups are you a part of?

I would also check the time on the DC and your exchange server to make sure they are in sync.
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Everything is default
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That doesn't answer the question. are you a domain admin? enterprise admin? exchange admin? what security groups are you a part of?
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administrator, both all, top dog ;-)
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Gareth Gudger earned 500 total points
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If you are getting this error, it is likely the Security Inheritance is not set on the user you are trying to modify.

Go to Active Directory Users and Computers, right click on the user and select Properties. Go to the Security tab >> Advanced button >> make sure Include Inheritable Permissions is checked. If not, check it and save it.

If you don't see the Security tab, then go to the View menu in ADUC and select Advanced Features.
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Perfect!!
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