Brian, that was perfect, thank you.  So, it looks like most of my distribution 
groups have had the msExchRequireAuthToSendTo attribute set to TRUE.  I need to 
reset that to not set for them, with the exception of any that have the 
dLMemSubmitPerms attribute filled in as well, which means the first attribute 
was intentional.

Anyone with better scripting skills than myself have anything lying around that 
could do this?  I'm going to work on it, but any help from the experts would be 
greatly appreciated.

From: [] On 
Behalf Of Brian Desmond
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 8:50 AM
Subject: [NTSysADM] RE: Modified date on distribution group AD object

If you do a repadmin /showobjmeta on the object, it will give you timestamps 
per attribute which would be a good starting point.

Brian Desmond

(w) 312.625.1438 | (c) 312.731.3132

[] On Behalf Of Heaton, Joseph@Wildlife
Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2016 11:30 AM
To: 'NT System Admin Issues Discussion list' 
Subject: [NTSysADM] Modified date on distribution group AD object

We have 16 distribution groups that are showing the exact same Modified 
timestamp.  A couple of these are used for automated message delivery for 
different applications.  Since this change date, those messages are no longer 
being delivered.  I use Netwrix to audit things, and it doesn't have anything 
for these distribution groups changing in that whole week.

What causes that modified timestamp to change?  Where else can I look to try 
and see what got modified?

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