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- Configure Application Impersonation for Exchange 2010 in Resource Forest
- You cannot open an additional mailbox with Outlook Anywhere and Exchange 2010
- Get a “You don’t have sufficient permissions. This operation can only be performed by a manager of this group.” in Exchange 2010.
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So we recently had a client who wanted to perform a DR test of their Exchange 2010 DAG. The DAG consisted of a single, all in one server in production, and a single all in one server in DR. … Continue reading
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With the new Exchange 2010 RBAC model, one of the configuration changes is regards to EWS and Application Impersonation. Instead of defining the ACL’s directly, you configure roles for the appropriate permissions. If your in a resource forest setup, … Continue reading
If your running Exchange 2010 and utilize Outlook Anywhere, you may have users who complain that they cannot open an additional mailbox. When they go to expand the additional mailbox, they get the error “Cannot Expand the subfolder” or … Continue reading
Get a “You don’t have sufficient permissions. This operation can only be performed by a manager of this group.” in Exchange 2010.
In our environment, like most bigger organizations, we have separate teams for helpdesk, and separate teams for engineering. Helpdesk should have rights to perform actions on certain items, such as users and distribution groups, but not on the server … Continue reading
In this article I spoke about how to configure the Exchange 2010 side of Unified Messaging with Cisco Call Manager: https://port25.wordpress.com/2012/07/18/cisco-call-manager-and-exchange-2010-unified-messaging/ I wanted to point out this issue in a separate article because it seems a decent amount of … Continue reading
Recently had an implementation in between Cisco Call Manager 8 and Exchange 2010 SP2 Unified Messaging. We followed the documentation from Cisco on how to configure the Cisco Call Manager: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18298 Essentially here is the breakdown from the cisco … Continue reading