Display name in active directory not updating

Hi guys, I had given full mailbox access permission for user A to access user B mailbox and calendar and it was fine since yesterday but all of sudden, now User A is unable to access user B and it is showing the below error; How did you set up the sharing?If you added the mailbox in the outlook client of user A, let's remove it from outlook and then start over using powershell.In Exchange Management shell use the following command Set-Mailbox Folder Permissio Administration of Active Directory does not have to be hard. With ease-of-use as well as powerful importing and bulk updating capabilities.Too often what should be a simple task is made more difficult than it needs to be. There is a property named Admin Count that usually has no value that is set to “1” once an account is added to a privileged group. The Admin Count value has no effect on the account and is used as a flag to indicate the account is, or was, protected.

Before you read any further you need to understand I am NOT a programmer.Most of my research for enabling inheritance on an object with Power Shell showed examples of modifying files and folders instead of users.The interesting thing is the same Power Shell cmdlets works for files, folders and Active Directory objects.When the account is removed from a privileged group these two changes are not automatically reversed and must be changed manually.The inability to inherit permissions will prevent your delegation model from working as expected so we decided to create script to set the Admin Count back to it’s default state and enable inheritance on the user objects.

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