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SBS install question

Going to install BPS 4.1.4 on an SBS 2003 Standard.  Scared to death.  Went through the install tutorial and didn't understand this page.  I'm installing while logged on as Administrator.  I've already created besadmin with it's "send as" permissions.  Is that what it's talking about?  And if not, what permissions do I need to create for Administrator?  Doesn't Administrator have all the permissions it needs?

 

 

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Re: SBS install question

Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 and 2003

  1. Within the domain, make sure the administration account is a member of the Domain Users group only.
  2. Note: On a domain controller, the administration account should be a member of the Builtin Administrators group.
  3. On the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, make sure the account is a member of the Local Administrators group, then assign the Log on Locally and Log on as a service permissions.
  4. To grant Exchange View Only Administrator permissions at the Administrative Group level in Exchange System Manager, right-click the first Microsoft Exchange administrative group name, then click Delegate Control. The BlackBerry Enterprise Server administration account should be listed with the role of Exchange View-Only Administrator.
  5. To grant the Send As, Receive As, and Administer Information Store permissions at the Server level for each Microsoft Exchange Server, complete these steps:
    • In Exchange System Manager, right-click the first Microsoft Exchange administrative group name, then expand the Servers group.
    • Right-click a Microsoft Exchange Server, then select Properties > Security.
    • Select the BlackBerry Enterprise Server administration account from the top pane, then in the bottom pane, make sure that the three permissions (Send As, Receive As, and Administer Information Store) are set to Allow.
    • Repeat these steps for each Microsoft Exchange Server.
  6. To grant the Send As, Receive As, and Administer Information Store permissions on the Mailbox Store, complete these steps:
    • In the Exchange System Manager, right-click the first Microsoft Exchange administrative group name, then expand the Servers group.
    • Expand the First Mailbox Store group.
    • Right-click each Mailbox Store, then click Properties > Security.
    • Select the BlackBerry Enterprise Server service account from the top pane, then in the bottom pane, make sure that the three permissions (Send As, Receive As, and Administer Information Store) are set to Allow.
    • Complete these steps for each Mailbox Store on each Microsoft Exchange Server.

 




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Re: SBS install question

Look at this document and it will work. I thing the best description about the necessary things. For me it was the solution for all problems starting using BB.
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Re: SBS install question

I think we're getting a little crossed on terminology.  When I talk about the "Administrator", I mean the user Administrator on the DC.  I cannot make him "a member of the Domain Users group only".  That user has to belong to other groups.  When you talk about "the administration account" do you mean besadmin?

 

And in number 3 when you say, "make sure the account is a member of the Local Administrators group, then assign the Log on Locally and Log on as a service permissions" is the account you're talking about the besadmin user again?

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Re: SBS install question

Thanks RoberP.  I think that does help.