Exchange 2010 SP 1 RBAC permissions by domain

Posted on 2011-04-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-11

I created an RBAC group and assigned it some basic permissions.  I then added a user.  the group is called "testgroup".   Everything is working great.

Now I need to do something.  I need to make the "testgroup" rights function only in one sub-domain called "domain2.root.local"

Can anyone provide a command for this?

Question by:BBQSTEAK
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    I'd suggest please take a look at these posts to give you an overall idea on RBAC in exchange 2010

    to answer your specific question:
    get-managementscope | fl

    look for the value in recipientroot
    you can modify it by

    set-managementscope -Name:"testgroup" -RecipientRoot:""

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    Author Comment

    Hey Sunny, thanks for answering.

    running get-managementscope returns no results :(
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    Expert Comment

    get-managementscope -Name:testgroup
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    Author Comment

    commenting to hold this open a bit longer
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