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Posted on 2011-03-14
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I am new to exchange 2010 server.... I'll make it short I have main exchange server abc.com sub exchange (Child) child.abc.com the problem is the administrator on child.abc.com have access to all exchange org. same as root admin!!. I need to limit this to his level only. (Mange his server only).
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by:Glen Knight
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You can use the groups located in Active Directory to restrict access have a look at the Microsoft Exchange Security Groups.  Only allow the users to be a member of the Server Management group and recipient management group, this will prevent them from changing the Organisation Configuration.
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by:albassam
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no, its the same full permeation, I think the X Administrator misses with the groups! default settings.
Can you provide me with the default Groups settings.
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Exchange 2010 uses RBAC (Role Based Access Control), see here for further details: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298183.aspx
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by:Nivlesh
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From Exchange Management Console
>get-rolegroup   will give you a list of all role groups
>get-rolegroupmember -Identity {rolegroup} will give you all members of this role group

You can then use
remove-rolegroupmember -Identity {rolegroupid} -member {member you want removed}

and this will remove that admin from the role so in effect you can lock him out of exchange 2010
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