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Exchange 2013 - Roles to running Exchange powershell

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Dear Sir,

We have an Exchange 2013 on premises. We would like to allow the helpdesk support to run Exchange Powershell. What roles we should assign for her? Thank you.

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Wataw
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I've found the answer.

They are addresslists, viewonlyconfiguration and mailrecipients roles.

Thank you.
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i've tested and it works.
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