Removing Deny from Full MailBox Access in Active Directory

Removing Deny from Full MailBox Access in Active Directory

Post by Mike Honeycutt, MC » Thu, 22 Aug 2002 06:27:43



Need to add the manager to Full Mailbox Access on a single domain
Exchange 2000 system for all mailboxes.  If you go into some of the
users in AD Exchange Advanced tab, Mailbox rights, the manager is
(already there) greyed out with deny for Full Mailbox Access.  By
selecting advanced the the users deny.  There are no options to
remove.  This text shows when the deny is selected.  The users where
the manager was not already there it works great.

This permission is inherited from the parent object and controls
access to this object.  To stop inheriting permissions, clear the
checkbox below.  You can edit the permission only at the parent object
where it is defined. This permission is inherited by child objects.

When can I change this in System Manager?  They only have 1
Administrative Group & I have yet to find the manager denied in any
location...

Need help.

Thanks

 
 
 

Removing Deny from Full MailBox Access in Active Directory

Post by Stefan Stigenda » Thu, 22 Aug 2002 22:37:45


Hi

  1.. Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
  2.. Locate the following key in the registry:
  HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Exchange\ExAdmin
  3.. On the Edit menu, click Add Value, and then add the following registry
value:
  Value Name: ShowSecurityPage
  Data Type: REG_DWORD
  Value: 1
  4.. Quit Registry Editor.
Now you have the Security tab at Organizational level...(same place were you
select naitive mode..) Just "untick" deny for administrators!
Goor luck
/Stefan



Quote:> Need to add the manager to Full Mailbox Access on a single domain
> Exchange 2000 system for all mailboxes.  If you go into some of the
> users in AD Exchange Advanced tab, Mailbox rights, the manager is
> (already there) greyed out with deny for Full Mailbox Access.  By
> selecting advanced the the users deny.  There are no options to
> remove.  This text shows when the deny is selected.  The users where
> the manager was not already there it works great.

> This permission is inherited from the parent object and controls
> access to this object.  To stop inheriting permissions, clear the
> checkbox below.  You can edit the permission only at the parent object
> where it is defined. This permission is inherited by child objects.

> When can I change this in System Manager?  They only have 1
> Administrative Group & I have yet to find the manager denied in any
> location...

> Need help.

> Thanks


 
 
 

1. Full Mailbox Access Denied for Domain Admins?

Some how the default permissions on the users mailbox are set so the domain
admins do not have access to view the inbox them. With Exch 5.5 we could
view anyone's mailbox.

Its Gray's in the permissions meaning that it is inherited, though the user
is in an OU which does not have the permissions for 'Full Mailbox Access'

Is there a global way to allow a group access to all user mailboxes?

Thanks!

Scott<-

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