In Exchange Server 2016, the methodology for managing access permissions to user and administrative functionality is the same as it was in Exchange Server 2010 and Exchange Server 2013. This technology, called Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), provides more powerful and granular control over what people can do than what was available in earlier versions of Exchange.
To use it effectively, we need to take an in-depth look at how RBAC works and how it differs from the permission model in previous versions of Exchange. Then we'll examine the tools and processes for configuring and managing RBAC. After that, we can dig deeper into the topic of roles and how to assign them to users and administrators.
IN THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL LEARN TO:
The goal in this section is to give you a broad and high-level understanding of what RBAC is and how it works. As we discuss these various topics throughout this chapter, we will build on this knowledge and you will gain deeper insights into RBAC. This will help you learn ...