EVENT ID 1029 MSEXCHANGE STORE DRIVER

Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Event ID is an indication that the specified user account logged into the specified mailbox. Get a free copy of the new SolarWinds Permissions Analyzer! Diagnostics Logging for Logons and Access Control. Of course, unless you manage all aspects of Exchange by yourself, you are going to have to delegate some administrative tasks and therefore trust those responsible for these tasks.

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Note that event ID also has a category of Logons. This is shown in Figure 2. Event ID is very much a companion event for event ID Take Figure 5 below as an example. Typically, there is no need to worry here. The Last Logged on By column can be updated in several different ways during normal Exchange operations. To do this, run Exchange System Manager and keep expanding the tree until you locate your server object. Event ID is an indication that the specified user account logged into the specified mailbox.

Your email address will not be published. Share On Facebook Tweet It. A sample screen of this scenario is shown in Figure 1, where the Mailboxes object underneath the default mailbox store has been selected. Last Logged on By Column. Neil Hobson Posted On March 27, Event ID is essentially self-explanatory when you read the description, in that it means that the specified Windows NT account accessed the specified mailbox but is not the primary account for that mailbox.

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We therefore know from Figure 7 that the folder ID is effectively C. Of course, unless you manage all aspects of Exchange by yourself, you are going to have to delegate some administrative tasks and therefore trust those responsible for these tasks.

Auditing Mailbox Access Using Exchange System Manager and Event Viewer

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In other words, this is normal mailbox logon activity for a user. In this case, User1 has failed to access a folder belonging to the Administrator mailbox.

Event ID – 1029

Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Over 1, fellow IT Pros are already on-board, don’t be left out! However, if access rights are giving you cause for concern, one thing you can do is to temporarily increase diagnostics logging for the Logons and Access Control categories for mailboxes.

It will look similar to the one shown in Figure Diagnostics Logging for Logons and Access Control. Notify me of new posts by email. You can then scan the application event log for more detailed logon information as and when logon events occur.

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In Exchange System Manager, the Mailboxes and Logons objects are msxchange under each mailbox store that you create on an Exchange or Exchange server.

In other words, you may need to supplement your investigation with additional documentation of exactly what permissions are set on individual mailboxes.

Both of these objects can be used to display the Last Logged on By column, which shows you which account last accessed a particular mailbox.

Auditing Mailbox Access Using Exchange System Manager and Event Viewer

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Event ID informs you that the specified user account has opened an additional mailbox.