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The service could not update the entry ''CN=xxx xxx,OU=Regional Office,DC=xxx,DC=com'' because inheritable permissions are not propagated to this object. The inheritable permissions may be disabled because the object belongs to a Windows 2000 administrative group or the inheritable permissions were disable explicitly by an administrator. DC=xxx,DC=com.
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What is the role of the MSExchangeAL service?
As per Microsoft: "All users or groups (security principals) that belong to any of the three built-in administrators groups (domain administrators, schema administrators, or enterprise administrators) have their "inheritence security" turned off automatically. Enabling inheritence permissions allows all objects under a container to inherit the permissions of its parent container. In this case, Recipient Update Service does not have permission to update those objects. This option might have been turned off intentionally to prevent these objects from inheriting permissions". See MSEX2K3DB and ME254030 for information on this event.
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