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When accessing a folder from the server...
Exchange Management Console > Public Folder Management Console > desired folder properties
...there is no permissions tab to be found.

I know this can be done via Outlook, but the real problem is somehow a public folder was created that Admin doesn't have rights to access.

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up vote 3 down vote accepted

You will need to use the Exchange Management Shell

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Another option could be to use third party tools like PowerGUI – Kevin Kuphal Aug 3 '09 at 21:49
Thanks guys. Downloaded PowerGUI and installed the Exchange 2007 Power Pack. From there it was cake! – GollyJer Aug 3 '09 at 23:18

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