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How to change public folder ownership and permissions with no Outlook access - public folder management console not working

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We used Skykick to migrate on-prem Exchange 2010 to Exchange Online.
Was also supposed to migrate a public folder containing contacts.
The mailboxes went fine, but the public folder didn't go.
Skykick is telling me we need to give the migrating user ownership of the public folder and permissions to the entire contents including top level and all subfolders.  I thought all users already had that access, but now I cannot check with Outlook as it will no longer connect to the source server since migration has already happened.  The public folder management console - I can see the folder in question but selecting it does not yield any available actions to take on it.  I used this command which worked, but Skykick says they still cannot see the contents of the PF

Get-PublicFolder –Identity “\” –Recurse | Add-PublicFolderClientPermission –User user –AccessRights PublishingEditor
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