The Service Account Specified Does Not Have Impersonation Rights on Client Access Server
Topic Last Modified: 2009-09-01
The Microsoft Exchange Analyzer Tool sends XML/HTTP requests to the Exchange Web Services service using the Exchange Web Services API. When those requests attempt to use Exchange Impersonation and an error status message is present in the response, the Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer generates the following error.
“ErrorImpersonationDenied, this error code indicates that the Service Account specified does not have the ms-Exch-EPI-Impersonation right on the Exchange Client Access server.”
The Exchange Remote Connectivity Analyzer uses the ExchangeImpersonation SOAP header of Exchange Web Services to specify an account that is to be impersonated by the Service Account to test whether the Service Account has permissions to issue impersonation requests using ExchangeImpersonation (also known as Server-to-Server Authorization).
To resolve this issue, the Service Account must be granted permission to issue an impersonation call through the Client Access server. For more information, see Configuring Exchange Impersonation (Exchange Web Services).
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