Public Folder permission inheritance??!!

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Public Folder permission inheritance??!!

Postby Dirk.Franke » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 22:52:51 GMT

Hello,

i have a problem concerning the public folder permission inheritance.
I have Exchange 2003 SP1 and a user which is not a member of the
exchange admins.
He is responsible for a public folder called "tipps". He is the owner
of the "tipps" - folder an a group of other people are stage 6. The
other people should read and edit the tipps. Now the problem is when
the owner of the "tipps" - folder creates a new public folder under the
"tipps" one. He can access it but the other people do not see the newly
created folder. How change this?

Thanks in advance

Dirk


Re: Public Folder permission inheritance??!!

Postby Lanwench [MVP - Exchange] » Tue, 18 Oct 2005 22:58:42 GMT




 XXXX@XXXXX.COM  < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > typed:

What are the default settings on the folder he owns?
Since he's the owner, he can set permissions on subfolders as he pleases. 



Re: Public Folder permission inheritance??!!

Postby TimmyT » Wed, 19 Oct 2005 00:09:30 GMT

Use system manager to ensure the new folder is inheriting the rights from 
the Tipps folder.









Re: Public Folder permission inheritance??!!

Postby Dirk.Franke » Wed, 19 Oct 2005 15:28:28 GMT

Hello TimmyT,

thanks for your quick response. This is a a possibilty but i can only
do this when the user has already created the subfolders from tipps. If
he creates some new subfolders they will not inherit the permission. I
am searching for something like the "replace permission on subfolder"
in the ntfs. Does anyone has an idea?

Thanks in advance

Dirk


Re: Public Folder permission inheritance??!!

Postby Lanwench [MVP - Exchange] » Wed, 19 Oct 2005 23:27:07 GMT




 XXXX@XXXXX.COM  < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > typed:

As I mentioned, check the default permissions on the parent folder. 



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1.Public Folder Permission inheritance

I recently upgraded from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003 (still in mixed
mode).  I've noticed that when a new public folder is created as a
sub-folder of an existing public folder (ie one that was there prior to
the migration) the client permissions do not propogate from the parent
to the new sub.  The permissions on the newly created folder only give
access to the user who created it.  That user has to assign the
appropriate permissions (editor, reviewer, author, etc.) to the
appropriate users.

On Exchange 5.5, once the top level permissions were created they would
propogate down to any subfolders.  I had seen something about this
being different on Exchange 2003 (I think) but I cant seem to locate it
again.

Can anybody shed any light on this one?  Is this the way it is now or
is there something I can do to make work like the old version?

Thanks.

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Have you had a resolution for this?  I am having the same problem.

Thanks

Tom Cole
System Engineer
Entre BTG, Inc.
Norcross, GA

On Dec 12 2007, 10:55m, Charles Murphy
< XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> DC2003 R2 and some DC2000
> Exchange 2000
> Migrating to Exchange 2007
> Administrator with Full rights
>
> Got this message in Best practice Analyser 2.8 regarding Public Folder from
> the Exchange 2000.
>
> Permission Inheritance is blocked for the Exchange server object
> Access control list (ACL) inheritance is blocked or the Public Folder tree
> object (CN=Public Folders,CN=Folder Hierarchies,CN=First Administrative
> Group,CN=Administrative Groups,CN=Sxxx-Sxxxeur,CN=Microsoft
> Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=mss,DC=int). This may cause mail
> flow problems, store mounting issues and other service outages. Follow
> Microsoft Knowledge Base article 264733 and use the Exchange System Manager
> to re-enable inheritance on this object.
>
> I've applied the KB264733 and take a look at the permissions.
> The enable inheritance is already clicked on the object????
>
> Anyone have a hints???
> I've tried unclick and copy permissions and reapply inheritance to no
> avail...
> Because of this, the Mailbox role will not install on the Exchange 2007.
>
> Any other permissions that I need on the Public Folders of the EXC2000???
>
> GLTA!!!
> Thanks
>
> Zackjam

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