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RBAC read only role for Exchange

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Hi I am trying to create a role for my helpdesk team to be able to view user/mailbox permissions but not be able to write/set any. I was hoping to could modify the built in helpdesk role. Is this possible? Basically I want any person with the helpdesk role to be able to run a get- command and see things like mailbox statistics, calendar permissions etc. What I don't want is for them to be run any set- commands. Please provide supporting link/documents if possible. Thanks in advance. Environment is exchange 2010.
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You would want to add them to View-Only Organization Management. This role is equivalent to the Exchange View-Only Administrators role in Microsoft Exchange Server 2007

For more info:

http://blog.pluralsight.com/exchange-2010-role-based-access-control
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Thanks for the response, but it seems this role View-Only Recipients Role is only in 2013. Do you know if it is in 2010 as well? This seems like the perfect role as opposed to the View-Only Administrators role.
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Can this read only role be applied in Exch 2010? If so, what would it be, or am I simply editing the view organization role?
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No response, can someone provide a response please, thanks.
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