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Setting Exchange Folder Permissions Remotely

, 3 Feb 2005
A way to remotely set permissions on folders in the Exchange Server using an Exchange SDK-based COM in-proc wrapped into a .NET class and exposed to a client with Remoting technique.
ModifyExchangeFolderPermissionsRemotely_demo
Server
ClientPermission.dll
ClientPermissionHelper.dll
InstallUtil.InstallLog
Interop.ClientPermissionHelperLib.dll
SrvHost.exe
srvhost.InstallLog
srvhost.InstallState
SrvInterface.dll
Client
Client.exe
SrvInterface.dll
Client
App.ico
Client.csproj.user
ClientPermission
ClientPermission.csproj.user
ClientPermissionHelper
ClientPermissionHelper.def
ClientPermissionHelper.rgs
ClientPermissionHelper.vcproj.vspscc
ClientPermissionHelperps.def
Include
Lib
EDKUTILS.LIB
EXCHSDK.LIB
Permission.rgs
InstExchProfile
SrvHost
bin
Release
SrvHost.csproj.user
SrvInterface
SrvInterface.csproj.user

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