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Admin Rights in Active Directory

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Admin Rights in Active Directory

kiranchinnu
Hi all,
I wanna help on admin rights pls,
I am administrator to a company , along with me there are other administrators as well.
But I am the main admin. I can create a user account but not user account with mailbox. Checked the permissions. Everything is fine.
I dont know how to gain rights for that.
Pls help me.
Thanks in advance.
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    More here:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700835.aspx

    Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.
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    kiranchinnu

    ur answer helped me a lot...
    thanks once again.

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    Gate keeper

    when you go to the OU with the user account in it and you right click on the user ... do you not see an "Exchange tasks" option ?

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    ProtiusX

    Exchange 2003 will allow you to do administrative functions (like creating associated mailboxes) when you create the user object within AD. To do this you have to have the Exchange System Manager component installed on the computer your working from. A lot of administrators will do AD and Exchange administration from their workstation and so will have tools loaded such as Active Directory Users and Computers in addition to the Exchange System Manager tool. This way you?ll see the additional email related tabs on the user object. Office Communications Server is the same way. Unless you have the tool installed on the workstation your using you won?t be able to see those tabs.

    Exchange 2007 is a bit different. Microsoft?s recommendation with Exchange 2007 is that you create and provision the user object using the Exchange 2007 Management Console. To do this you would select the ?New Mailbox?? action under the Recipient Configuration/Mailbox console selection. This is where you?d create the user object and set all the associated parameters.

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    ravikanchi8

    hi check another a/c property and compare it.

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    More here:
    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc700835.aspx

    Please post back if you have any more problems or questions.
    If this info is useful, please mark it helpful. Thanks

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    kiranchinnu

    ur answer helped me a lot...
    thanks once again.

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    Gate keeper

    when you go to the OU with the user account in it and you right click on the user ... do you not see an "Exchange tasks" option ?

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    ProtiusX

    Exchange 2003 will allow you to do administrative functions (like creating associated mailboxes) when you create the user object within AD. To do this you have to have the Exchange System Manager component installed on the computer your working from. A lot of administrators will do AD and Exchange administration from their workstation and so will have tools loaded such as Active Directory Users and Computers in addition to the Exchange System Manager tool. This way you?ll see the additional email related tabs on the user object. Office Communications Server is the same way. Unless you have the tool installed on the workstation your using you won?t be able to see those tabs.

    Exchange 2007 is a bit different. Microsoft?s recommendation with Exchange 2007 is that you create and provision the user object using the Exchange 2007 Management Console. To do this you would select the ?New Mailbox?? action under the Recipient Configuration/Mailbox console selection. This is where you?d create the user object and set all the associated parameters.

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    ravikanchi8

    hi check another a/c property and compare it.