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RBAC in Exchange 2010

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I was just wondering can I add a new role to a role group without causing an issue with the current role assignments on that role group. Will running the following cmdlet work without causing an issue or overwriting what is currently there.

New-ManagementRoleAssignment -SecurityGroup <role group name> -Role <role name>
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This command should not overwrite any existing roles assigned to that role group as this command is all about assigning an additional role not adding a role
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