I am looking for a document that will outline and explain the various Unity accounts and what permissions they should have. In addition, what access do they need within an Exchange 2000 server. The more detail about this the better...
This gives a laundry list of the rights/permissions granted by the Permissions Wizard on the two accounts needed for installing Unity 4.0. The 4.0 version is still applicable to the 3.x Unity - we've just changed to requiring two accounts (one for directory rights, one for messaging rights in Exchange) because of all the explicit deny patches Microsoft is releasing with respect to send as/recieve as rights on the mailstore.
There's one more right being added that's not in the permissions wizard yet (will be out there this week) - the directory facing account needs access to the AD deleted items folder such that we get notification when an object has been deleted. This has been at the root of a couple sites where they delete users in AD and Unity doesn't notice this and doesn't automatically remove their data from SQL as it should.
Think of the Unity_ account/mailbox as any other subscriber of Unity. Unity uses this mailbox to send messages from outside callers to other subscriber mailboxes. As such, the Unity_ account doesn't need any sort of permissions unless a Unity service is going to run with it.
The Exchange 2000 server is in a cluster, so the Unity_ account is being used to start AvCsGateway, AvCsMgr, AvMsgStoreMonitor, AvGaenSvr, AvRepDirSvrSvc and AvUMRSyncSvr. Does the account need any special permissions for Unity to work properly?
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