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Microsoft® Exchange Server 2010 Inside Out by Tony Redmond

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Chapter 4. Role-Based Access Control

RBAC basics

Roles

Scopes

Role groups

Role assignment

Assignment policies

RBAC enhancements in SP1

Exchange Control Panel and roles

Figuring out RBAC

On to management

WHEREAS the introduction of the Database Availability Group (DAG) is the most technologically interesting advance in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, the implementation of a new permissions model based on the concept of role-based access control (RBAC) exerts the most pervasive influence across all parts of the product. RBAC is therefore the most important element for administrators to master.

Taken as a whole, RBAC is an approach to restricting access to systems and data based on the need of administrators and users to do their jobs. In other words, you should ...

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