Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Microsoft Lync Server 2010’s Archiving Server’s file store folder permissions

As with one of my earlier posts:

Microsoft Lync Server 2010 Enterprise Pool File Share Permissions

http://terenceluk.blogspot.com/2011/01/microsoft-lync-server-2010-enterprise.html

… this post will serve as a reference if I ever need to check to see if a Microsoft Lync Server 2010’s Archiving Server’s file store folder permissions have been changed.

The folder hierarchy for the Archiving server’s file store is only 2 levels deep without counting the top level folder you’ve defined in the topology builder:

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Navigating to the file store will show the following folders:

  • 1-ArchivingServer-6
    • DataConf
    • MeetingConf

Note: Ignore the other folders presented as they are for the Enterprise Pool.

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These folders are automatically created during the publishing of a Lync topology with a new Archiving Server defined and the security permissions are as follows:

1-ArchivingServer-1 Folder

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The permissions listed for the accounts are all inherited from the top level folder.

DataConf

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The only account that does not inherit permissions from the parent folder is RTCComponentUniversalSerivces shown in the above screenshot.

MeetingConf

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The only account that does not inherit permissions from the parent folder is RTCComponentUniversalSerivces shown in the above screenshot.

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