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|Source: Enterprise Vault|
Client request refused due to insufficient privileges user <user> attempted to access the Archive Folder:
Archive name: <archive name>
Archive folder path: \Inbox\Application Delivery Folder
Vault Id: 1096E59CC2BF4DE4689C53FFE5D48C82D1110000evsite.swinton.shl.local but does not have permission(s) (Read).
A frequent cause of this Warning is a user attempting an operation on a forwarded moved or copied shortcut to a Vault for which they do not have the required permission(s).
|English: Request a translation of the event description in plain English.|
This event is being generated because the Enterprise Vault permissions to the userís mailbox have not been set. With an Enterprise Vault & Exchange 2003 installation the following is required to grant access to a mailbox:
- Exchange / Active Directory:
Apply the permissions to the mailbox as required.
- Enterprise Vault:
1. Launch the Enterprise Vault Administration Console.
2. Browse to "Site Name"\Archives\Mailbox\%username%.
3. Right click the account you want to grant access to and select properties.
4. Click the Permissions tab and add the username of which you are granting access & set the appropriate permissions.
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