Administrative Role in Exchange 2007 for help desk task

Posted on 2011-05-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have problems with Exchange 2007 administrative roles, I only give a group of help desk options to create mailbox, delete mailbox, modify the properties of users, create distribution lists. But when assigning the Exchange Recipient Administrators role allows them to do some administrative tasks such as removing the bases, adding users to administrative roles, etc..

that configuration or permissions are correct?
Question by:TI-Cablemas
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    Exchange Recipient Administrators role allows Any user configured for this level of access has permissions to modify Exchange information on users, groups, contacts and public folders. Therefore, this role can be used for typical daily tasks such as creating and removing mailboxes and distribution groups.

    In case if you dont want to allow help desk person to modify the user then assign him "Exchange View-Only Administrators. " role permission.
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