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how to delegate microsoft exchange services?

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how to configure  microsoft exchange services (transport/throttling/etc) to be delegated to a helpdesk? (helpdesk can start,stop,pause and resume exchange services)
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Hi,

Thank you for your help, but those link didn't solve the problem.

I found a work around (temporary solution) but still hoping to find the right one.


On the computer/server that I want my ADSecurityGroup to manage(services),  Open the advanced user management >>select Administrators group then select properties. Add the ADSecurityGroup as a member.

This time they can now remotely manage the services for the entire computer using mmc  without  any access restriction.

Is it possible to set the access rights/permission for only a specific service?
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