Delegate Permissions Location - Exchange 2013

I ran this command:
Get-Mailbox | Get-MailboxPermission | where {$_.user.tostring() -ne "NT AUTHORITY\SELF" -and $_.IsInherited -eq $false} | out-gridview

It shows an output of permissions and whether they're Denied or not. Where are this attributes stored, I can see in the AD object


But that only shows me who has Full access. Where is the Denied stored?
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In Exchange Online & Exchange Server 2016 you can use the cmdlet, and use the Get-MailboxPermission cmdlet to retrieve permissions on a mailbox.  The output of this cmdlet shows the following information:
  1. Identity: The mailbox in question.
  2. User: The security principal (user, security group, Exchange management role group, etc.) that has permission to the mailbox.
  3. AccessRights: The permission that the security principal has on the mailbox. The available values are ChangeOwner (change the owner of the mailbox), ChangePermission (change the permissions on the mailbox), DeleteItem (delete the mailbox), ExternalAccount (indicates the account isn't in the same domain), FullAccess (open the mailbox, access its contents, but can't send mail), and ReadPermission (read the permissions on the mailbox). Whether the permissions are allowed or denied is indicated in the Deny column.
  4. IsInherited: Whether the permission is inherited (True) or directly assigned to the mailbox (False). Permissions are inherited from the mailbox database and/or Active Directory. Typically, directly assigned permissions override inherited permissions.
  5. Deny: Whether the permission is allowed (False) or denied (True). Typically, deny permissions override allow permissions.

So the last column would be what you want...I believe that this column is also available in Exchange 2013
Similar case here: with helpful information!

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