Error - Permission Exchange 2013

Good afternoon everyone, I need to create a group to add a user in the permissions field of Microsoft Exchange 2013 but I am encountering difficulties.
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Rods Rods IT AnalystAsked:
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Edward van BiljonMessaging and Collaboration Technical Lead (Exchange MVP)Commented:
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What kind of group? A security distribution group or normal one? You can do this from the ems or eac. If you don't have rights then check with the exchange admin to grant you recipient rights or help desk or org management rights if you need to manage exchange completely
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
Yeah, I'm afraid my Spanish (Portuguese? Brazilian?) isn't good enough to figure out your posted image.
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Rods Rods IT AnalystAuthor Commented:
Hi Edward, what is being displayed when you create a new set of rules in the permissions, as shown in the image.
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
"Unidad organizacional" is an organizational unit. Not a user or a group.  As the text of the message says, you have to choose a specific OU that you want this admin role group to apply to.

Perhaps the more important question is why are you creating a new admin role group? Exchange won't use it.

That leads back to @Edward's question, sort of - what are you REALLY trying to do?
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Rods Rods IT AnalystAuthor Commented:
I need to create a rule group pointing to Organizational Unit and add only the user that it will only have permissions when the users are from that OU.

I did the above process with another user created without problem, I believe it is something of permission.
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
Using the image b.jpg that you posted, you first must enter the name of NEW admin role group.  In the organizational unit field, you enter the name of the OU. for example contoso.com/users.

Only then can you add users to the role group, by clicking on the +.
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Rods Rods IT AnalystAuthor Commented:
Yes, but when I say create, it displays error
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
Post an image of the filled out dialog as well as an image of the error.
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Rods Rods IT AnalystAuthor Commented:
The client has 54 domains in Microsoft Exchange 2013
So basically we need to set up a specific group that will be allowed to manage a given domain
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
You want to set up multi-tenant hosting; that is, hosted Exchange? Similar to Exchange online?
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Rods Rods IT AnalystAuthor Commented:
Exchange Server 2013 already exists in the domains ... the client wants to create a group for the official joao, to administer only his domain and not all of them
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Pavel MarinovCommercial Technical SupportCommented:
Well ,

If the Exchange is in the Parent Domain, it will not be very easy. You can combine existing Role Assignments, but then again it depends on what they want to manage. Check out some of the existing groups before modifying or creating new ones. If you want him only to create and delete and move, there are more than suitable built in roles and role assignments. If you really want to do a hosted Exchange , than do a hosted Exchange...

Pavel
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
Microsoft doesn't specifically support that capability anymore, except in Office 365. If you want to do it for yourself, you need to find the document "Configuring Virtual Organizations and Address List Segregation in Exchange 2007" and then update it for Address Book Policies. Or purchase software that provides this capability. Or hire a consultant that knows how to do it.

It's not trivial.
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