Tag Archives: Permissions

Office 365 Exchange Hybrid DIRSYNC write-back attributes and permissions

Those of you implementing the DIRSYNC appliance or the Forefront Identity Manager (FIM) multi-forest directory synchronisation solution might need to implement the write-back of attributes into the Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) forest for the purpose of Exchange Hybrid, … Continue reading

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Delegating the minimum set of permissions for mailbox-enabled user and linked mailbox provisioning

In my previous post I described the minimum set of permissions required by the ADMA account to provision an AD DS user object.  In this post I’d like to expand on that and provide the minimum set of permissions required … Continue reading

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Delegating the minimum set of permissions for user provisioning

The purpose of this post is to provide information on the permissions required by the user account that the Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) Management Agent (MA) or ADMA uses when it interfaces with an AD domain.  I’ve seen … Continue reading

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Exchange recipient administration overkill in ILM and FIM

You’ve probably all thought about this but might not have done anything about it.  That was true for me for three years too and then I finally had a customer goal that made me look into it properly (if a … Continue reading

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