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Couldn't find the global throttling policy in the First Organization

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Hello,
My Exchange server can no longer find the global throttling policy in the First Organization.
Unfortunately I guess it was for a wrong command with powershell
Set-ThrottlingPolicy GlobalThrottlingPolicy _ ************ -ThrottlingPolicyScope Organization

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GlobalThrottlingPolicy should be read-only but obviously something went wrong.

I checked through ADSI that the policy is present and that the attributes are correct .

Trying to re-run the command to set it Global I have an error that tells me that the Global scope cannot be assigned via PS

I don't find documentation about how to force the GlobalThrottlingPolicy on the Global scope manually

Thanks for any help


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