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    Exchange 2007 - Public folder permissions

    What do you use to manage public folder permissions in Exchange 2007? I've come across PFDavAdmin; is that what is recommended?

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    Hi

    Use the PFMC in Exchange 2007 and the Powershell.

    You can also use Outlook to manage permissions.

    Sukh

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    I was trying to get away with not using Powershell. I wanted a GUI.

    I cannot manage permissions in Outlook as I didn't make the Public Folder. I guess I have to use command line to make me Owner then do it?

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    Use the PFMC in Exchange 2007 . If you're the IT guy/Exchange admin, then you should set-up a group with PF access to all PF and add your admin account to that so that you can manage permissions. Also, if the PF have owners, they should be able to set permissions too.

    Sukh

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    Have you got command for adding owner? I can't get what I try to work.

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    If you want to manage permissions then you can always use PFDAVAdmin. PFDAVAdmin is easier to manage permissions

    What do you want to do?

    Sukh

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    I want to manage permissions.

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    Then the most easy option is PFDAVAdmin.

    Are you comfortable with this?

    Sukh

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    Just installing it now. :-)

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    Very straight forward for permissions and propagating to sub-folders etc...but at the same time very dangerous tool which can destroy your PF.

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    Installing that and .net 1.1 has broken OWA.

    ISAPI Filter 'C:\WINDOWS\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\asp net_filter.dll' could not be loaded due to a configuration problem. The current configuration only supports loading images built for a AMD64 processor architecture. The data field contains the error number. To learn more about this issue, including how to troubleshooting this kind of processor architecture mismatch error, see The Official Microsoft IIS Site.

    Could not load all ISAPI filters for site/service. Therefore startup aborted.

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    Okay so .net 1.1 won't run on 64 Bit and it's a requirement for PFDAVAdmin... guess this won't work then!

    Using:

    Add-PublicFolderClientPermission -Identity "\Corporate Calendar" -AccessRights Owner -User "Me"

    Works in the meantime.
    Last edited by Edu-IT; 8th April 2011 at 11:41 AM.

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    could always try xp mode on Win 7

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    Quote Originally Posted by sukh View Post
    could always try xp mode on Win 7
    I've just made myself owner of the PF and used Outlook.

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    "Hi

    Use the PFMC in Exchange 2007 and the Powershell.

    You can also use Outlook to manage permissions.

    Sukh "

    :-)

    Put the onus onto the owners if they can be trusted.

    Sukh

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