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Remove Admin Tool Access for User in Exchange 2010

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I have a test user account that showing the Admin tool shortcut on the ECP page. They are only a member of the MyBaseOPtions role. How can I remove access to the admin tools for them and all other regualr users
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what admin tools do they have access to within ECP?
i would verify group membership and look for nested groups. start with the Organization Management group and its members

if you do not want them to have access to modify their attributes, you will need to modify the role permissions
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd298183.aspx
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under ECpi see the shortcut for powershell and organization management.

I was messing around with creating anew policy a couple of days ago and tried to apply it directly to this user but I beleive I deleted this policy
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