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These users won’t be able to access the site mailbox from Outlook.
Share Point groups are created automatically when you make a site collection.If the Bur Flags key does not exist, simply create it. More importantly, it references change the Bur Flags to one of two options: D4 or D2.Therefore, before going further, I would like to squelch the confusion on what the D2 and D4 settings mean: So circling back, to fix this and make it work, just copy the contents of SYSVOL to another location, then follow the KB, which simply states you must stop the NTFR service on ALL DCs.Ace Fekay MVP, MCT, MCSE 2012, MCITP EA & MCTS Windows 2008/R2, Exchange 2013, 2010 EA & 2007, MCSE & MCSA 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003Microsoft Certified Trainer Microsoft MVP – Directory Services ====================================================================================================================================Ace Fekay, MCT, MVP, MCSE 2012/Cloud, MCITP EA, MCTS Windows 2008/R2, Exchange 2007 & 2010, Exchange 2010 Enterprise Administrator, MCSE 2003/2000, MCSA Messaging 2003 Microsoft Certified Trainer Microsoft MVP: Directory Services Active Directory, Exchange and Windows Infrastructure Engineer and Janitor Original publication 4/30/2013 Ace here again.I thought to touch base on DNS zones, and more so, focus on what AD integrated zones are and how they work.This will help understand where DNS data is stored as I discuss it later in this blog.
There are three possible storage locations for DNS zone storage in the Active Directory database: AD Integrated zones are similar to Primary zones, however their data is stored as binary data in the actual AD database and not as a text file.
The default groups use the default permission levels in Share Point—sometimes called Share Point roles—to grant users rights and access.
For more information, see Default Share Point Groups in Share Point Online.
Only global and user management administrators have permissions to create, edit, or delete security groups; for more information about administrator roles, see Assigning admin roles.
There are also Exchange Online groups that you can use to send email or assign permissions to a group of users, and Share Point security groups that grant users rights and access to sites and site collections. All the users that are added to a Share Point site via a security group rather than being added individually can use only the site mailbox from Share Point.
This topic was also briefly discussed in the following Microsoft Technet forum thread: Technet thread: “Secondary Zones?