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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.

With regards,
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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