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Message : what does this mean?????

Message : what does this mean?????

Message : what does this mean?????

The message is as follows .....

Domain1\username was validated as /0=name/ou=domainname/cn=recipients/cn=user email address/ but was unable to log on to /0=name/ou=domainname /cn= recipients/cn=username.

event id 1023


RE: Message : what does this mean?????

I've seen this when we were moving users from one server to another.

RE: Message : what does this mean?????

if you are trying to move from one server to another, do you have sufficient access rights against the target server??

RE: Message : what does this mean?????

pghmikeh and Wibble .... Thanks for the replies.  Actually, I have just installed a new exchange server. The old onw crashed hard, so I rebuilt everything from scratch on a brand new machine (with the same name as the old one). Now when people log on, I get these messages. What rights should everyone have?


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