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More: Release Notes for Exchange 2013
CU2 might turn on FBA but configuration will not show this
Fix: Turn on FBA in EMS then turn off. This should fix the issue
Public Folder Permissions Loss after PF Mailbox Move
On July 11th, we became aware of a specific issue with Exchange 2013 RTM CU2 (712.22).
This issue only occurs within native Exchange 2013 environments that are leveraging Modern Public Folders.
The issue exists when you move public folder mailboxes. The specific issue is that if you move a public folder mailbox,
there is the potential for the permission structure on some public folders to be lost. Specifically:
- If you move (via New-MoveRequest) a secondary public folder (PF) mailbox,
the permissions on any public folder (including well known folders) not stored in the secondary PF mailbox
would be lost from the secondary PF mailbox and replaced by the default ACL. The original ACLs can be
restored via a full synchronization event by executing Update-PublicFolderMailbox -InvokeSynchronizer <Public Folder Mailbox> -FullSync.
2. If you move (via New-MoveRequest) the primary PF mailbox, the permissions on any public folder
(including well known folders) not stored in that public folder mailbox are lost and replaced by the default ACL.
The default ACL gives Author permissions to Default authenticated users.
Fix: Microsoft will be releasing an IU fix asap until that do not move PF mailbox
Microsoft MVP | Exchange Server