Solved Exchange 2010 updateing clients

September 25, 2012 at 06:56:39
Specs: Windows Server 2008, 2GB
in my Exchange 2010 server I have serveral users that use mulitple accounts for there job and for each new event I have to create the new email accounts and
1) AD - set permission on the "new user" with full permissions for, lets say "account A"
2) Management Console - Give "full" permissions to "account A" for "new user"
3) Management Console - Give "Send As" permissions to "account A" for "new user"

When this process is complete I have to wait anywhere from several minutes to serval hours for the information to be propergated out.

What is my question:
Is there a command in powershell or command line that will push that information out immediatly?

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September 28, 2012 at 12:57:42
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How many domain controllers do you have in your network? If just one, then restarting the information store would do it. However, if you have more than one (which in most cases you should), changes need to replicate from the DC you changed the settings on to all of the others. Once that occurs and exchange recaches the permissions, then it takes effect. The link below might help:

Andrew Leonard
BL Technical Services
Emergency IT Support

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