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Hiding the address list in Exchange 2003

By yadavshashi ·
Hallo,

We are using single Exchange 2003 server for multiple clients, reason total 100 users. Every thing works, there are standard address lists together with custom list which are created for each client. Clients do not have access to each other address list but they do see the lists. Is there any possibility to hide the lists which are not meant for clients?

Shashi

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by BFilmFan In reply to Hiding the address list i ...

Hiding Address List in Exchange 2003 or allowing users to only see address lists they have permission to
1) Open ADSI Edit to Configuration container
2) Drill down to cn=services, cn=Windows NT, cn=directory service
3) Right-click on cn=directory service and select Properties
4) Select the property to view dsHeuristics, set it to be "001". (Without quotes)
5) Click Apply, then OK.
6) Open ADSI Edit to Configuration container
7) Drill down cn=services, cn=Microsoft Exchange, cn=Org Name, cn=Address lists Container Right-click on cn=Address lists Container and select Properties.
9) Click Security tab
10) Remove Authenticated Users, then click Apply.
11) Click Advanced button.
12) Verify Authenticated Users is missing.
13) Click the Add button and select the Authenticated Users group from your domain
14) From the ?Apply onto:?,drop-down, select "This Object Only".
15) Click Clear All button.

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16) Check the Allow checkbox for the following permissions:
? List objects
? List Contents
17) Click Ok (The Permissions Entry for Address Lists Container box closes)
1 Click Apply and OK
19) Exit out of ADSI Edit
20) Open ESM and go to the All Address Lists container.
21) Right click on All Address Lists container and select Security tab
22) Select the Advanced button and locate Authenticated Users
23) Verify that only one Authenticated Users account exists AND has the following permissions:
? List object is Allowed against
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This Object Only Note:
If Authenticated Users account exists (or more than one Authenticated Users account exists):
1. Highlight Authenticated Users account(s) and click Remove button.
2. Click Add button, enter ?Authenticated Users? account and click OK
3. From the ?Apply onto drop-down, select This Object Only
4. Click Clear All button.
5. Check the Allow checkbox for the following permissions:
? List object
6. Verify Authenticated Users account appears in the Advanced Security Settings for All Address Lists box with List Object permission
7. Proceed to step 24.
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24) Click OK
25) Click Apply and OK
26) Configure an Address List (AL)
27) Right-click on AL and select Properties
2 Select the Security tab and remove ?Authenticated Users?
29) Click Apply
30) Click the Advanced button. The Advanced Security Settings box appears.
31) Uncheck the ?Allowed inheritable permissions?? box.
32) Click Copy button
33) Click the Add button and select a desired security group or user that you want to be able to see the AL and click OK.

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by BFilmFan In reply to

34) From the ?Apply onto drop-down, select This object, sub containers and children objects 35) Click Clear All button.
36) Check the Allow checkbox for the following permissions:
? List Contents
? List Object
? Open Address List
37) Click OK
3 Verify security group/user has permissions:
? List Contents
? List Object
? Open Address List
NOTE: There may be two instances of the security group/user listed in the Advanced Security Settings box:
? security group: Open Address List
? security group: List Contents & List Object
39) Allow time for replication (or force replication on domain controllers)
40) Test AL visibility within Outlook

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by BFilmFan In reply to

If you are not sure of the dangers of ADSI edit, DO NOT mess with it!

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by yadavshashi In reply to Hiding the address list i ...

Thanks again BFilmFan, should I consider you Windows guru? Next time I will be mailing you directly.

Shashi

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