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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by jveldhui » Aug 20, 2012 6:39 am

Yes, I have tried all the recommendations in this thread

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by Vitaliy S. » Aug 20, 2012 9:27 am

If you've granted full mailbox rights to an Administrator account on Exchange box, re-run the backup job to apply these changes to your backup files and it sill doesn't help, then please contact our support team and let them assist you with this issue.

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[MERGED] Exchange 2010 Problems with recovery

Post by Profex » Dec 14, 2012 9:45 am

Hi all,

following question: which rights do u need in the recovery of individual mailbox?
I always get an error message: ...ensure that account has the enough rights to access mailbox....the user with which we do this is the Exchange Admin!!


another error message occurs when opening the Recovery single items Veeam Explorer for Exchange Task: Failed to open Exchange Store Jeterror -550, comes for all Databases but the databases are 100 clean state!

We use Veeam 6.5 Enterprise in 30 trial mode for testing.

Single Windows file Restore works fine! only Mail Items doesnt work fine....

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by foggy » Dec 14, 2012 10:07 am

Andre, please review this thread above for the required rights and another existing topic regarding your second error. Thanks.

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[MERGED] Exchange 2003 mailbox recovery

Post by rob7676 » Jan 17, 2013 3:04 pm

Please ignore my ignorance, as I'm new to some of this. I am working in a forest that shares an exchange server. I am trying to recover an entire mailbox to a user. I am able to recover mailboxes from the local location with exchange, but when I try to recover a mailbox from the sister location I get an error, "Unable to access mailbox: Unable to connect to Exchange web services". Can someone shed some light on my situation? Any help/suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
Rob

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[MERGED] administrator password receovering exhchange user

Post by frankive » Jun 02, 2013 4:54 pm

Hi.
when i do a single item restore of an exchangemail I must type an account and a password.
If i want to restore a mail to f.ex user@company.com mailbox I have to have his username and password, the administrator password is not enough.
Is this the same reason that the administrator doesn't have access to the mailbox in AD?

So in case a user want to restore a mail directly to his mailbox, I as an administrator need his username and password?

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by foggy » Jun 02, 2013 8:38 pm 1 person likes this post

Frank, you need to grant administrator account full mailbox rights on Exchange server to be able to perform such restores. Please review this topic for some details. Thanks.

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by frankive » Jun 02, 2013 9:37 pm

Great, thanks!

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by Morgenstern72 » Apr 23, 2014 7:17 am

Gostev wrote:Hi, it looks like in case of Exchange 2010, you additionally need to setup impersonation:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library ... 40%29.aspx
Thx alot, this did the trick.

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by DesertBlizzard » Jun 19, 2015 5:28 pm

Thank you! The impersonation change worked for me.
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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by J@M » Feb 18, 2016 10:57 am

Hi

I'm having this issue trying to restore folders within a Public Folders backup

I've tried adding the impersonation account in exchange management shell

I've added my local admin account (which is the account Veeam is running under) to the public folder database held on the Exchange 2010 server and it has full control (no deny that I can see)

I still get 'cannot open Public Folders. Please check whether the specified account has sufficient rights)

Any thoughts?

Cheers

Jason

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Re: How to restore a mailbox without needing the users passw

Post by J@M » Feb 18, 2016 11:20 am 1 person likes this post

actually looking at logs I realised that the server was trying to go out via the web proxy so checked bypass proxy server for local addresses and added in an exception for my local subnet

cheers!

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