Collaboration Services 3.8 - Release Notes

Required permissions

The account used as the service account should also be used to install and configure Collaboration Services. Ensure that the account has the following rights:

If your organization’s security policies will not allow the above permissions to be set, you can set the minimum permissions listed below to successfully install and configure Collaboration Services.

Install and setup

Run the Collaboration Services setup and deploy the software.

This also includes installing services on the computer.

Exchange View Only Administrator role.

Local Administrator permissions on the computer where Collaboration Services is installed.

Full Control permission for Collaboration Services container.

Run the services required by Collaboration Services application

Start the synchronization service on the Collaboration Services server.

Local Administrator privileges on the computer where the Collaboration Services instance is installed.

Full Control to service mailboxes on Exchange.

Full Control to child objects of Active Directory container where Collaboration Services stubs will be created.

Minimum access in the domains

Read and update AD data.

Read access to Active Directory

Replicate Directory Changes right for all domains in the forest from which objects will be published

Manage Replication Topology right for all domains in the forest from which objects will be published

Write, create, and delete objects rights for the Collaboration Services container and child containers

Delete objects right for all containers with objects that are subject to conflict resolution via deletion

Write permission for all objects that are subject to matching

Modify group membership right for all groups whose members can be affected by conflict resolution via deletion or matching

Modify permissions for all stores in the Configuration container where Collaboration Services' Calendar stub objects are stored

The Modify Permission right can be set through ADSI Edit.

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Select the Security tab, and click the Advanced tab.
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Select the account used for Collaboration Services, and click Edit. (If the account does not appear in the list click Add)
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Grant the Modify Permission right and save your changes.

Upgrade and compatibility

Refer to the Collaboration Services 3.8 Deployment Guide for the upgrade procedure.

Product licensing

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Specify the credentials for the service account to be used to start the Collaboration Services service. Click Test to check whether the specified account has a valid mailbox, and click Next.
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On the Public Key page, click Browse to specify the HQ forest public key file location and provide the password for this file. Click Next.
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Click Next and wait while the wizard completes the installation of Collaboration Services to the branch forest.
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Click Finish to complete the wizard.
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In the management console, right-click Collaboration Services and select Properties.
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Select General and choose License.
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Click Browse and select a new license file.

Installation instructions

Before you start the installation, it is recommended that you close all the previously open applications.

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