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|Source: MSExchangeIS Public Store|
<user email address> failed an operation on folder /O=ABA|SEGUROS/OU=SITEASMTY/CN=RECIPIENTS/CN=<common name> GANA84227F664B043703027A7EBC960DD96500233B on database "First Storage Group\Public Folder Store (<server name>)" because the user did not have the following access rights:
"Delete" "Read Property" "Write Property" "Create Message" "View Item" "Create Subfolder" "Write Security Descriptor" "Write Owner" "Read Security Descriptor" "Contact"
The entry ID of the folder is in the data section of this event.
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What is the role of the Microsoft Exchange Information Store service?
What is a security descriptor?
What is an Exchange public folder?
What is an Exchange store?
As per Microsoft: "This is a false warning, and it is logged if a user reads postings from a public folder owned by someone else, even though the user can access the contents of the folder. This warning can be safely ignored". See ME325885 for additional information on this issue.
As per Microsoft, this issue may occur if the permissions of the following object are not correctly configured and are different from the permissions of the root public folder tree as viewed in Exchange System Manager (where ORGANIZATION is the name of the Exchange 2000 organization and administrative_group is the name of the administrative group):
CN=Public Folders, CN=Folder Hierarchies, CN=administrative_group, CN=Administrative Groups, CN=ORGANIZATION, CN=Microsoft Exchange, CN=Services, CN=Configuration, DC=ORGANIZATION, DC=com
The Everyone group is set with an explicit Deny for the Create public folder or Create top level public folder permissions. See ME313866 for resolution.
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|Links: ME313866, ME325885|
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