In the first article in this series, I coved the basic GUI based ways that you can use RBAC in Exchange Online to allow users to control their own contact information in Exchange Online and to allow you to designate administrators with limited sets of rights.
In this article, I’m going to show you how to really use RBAC. We’re going to dive into PowerShell and see how to do things like give an administrator rights to manage a specific sub-set of your users. Read More
A common request I get while doing migrations into Exchange Online is to assist customers in setting up permissions so that they can limit administrator's rights and scope to control Exchange Online. The solution for this problem is Role Based Access Control (RBAC), and it can be a little confusing to setup.
In this article I am going to start into the easier, GUI based options for setting up RBAC in Exchange Online. If you're looking for the more advanced RBAC controls, skip ahead to Part 2. Read More