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Hi to all,
I'm just trialling O365 at present and in the setup process I'm looking for a way to limit the scope of certain administrators with Exchange Online.
For example, within our organization there are certain groups of users/mailboxes that I want particular administrators to be able to manage, but I do not want these administrators to be able to access or manage other groups of mailboxes within the organization outside of their limited jurisdiction. I'm sure this is possible as many larger organizations with multiple support jurisdictions or subsidiary companies would need this feature, but I'm curious as to how others have achieved it?
Thanks in advance
I don't know Where Skidibop got his new name.
How every he is a FORMER EMPLOYEE that is facing Criminal CHARGES.
IN FACT if you will look at SRX number 1169880307 We are stopping him at every turn we can.
However, he is a criminal. Criminals don't care how far they have to go to break the law.
Because it is the truth and provable, both internally and externally to Microsoft. It is not slander nor liabilities.
Anything you can do to STOP him once you review that SRX number would be greatly appreciated. The appropriate step to get a hold of myself or the owner or now in our Admin file.
Travis and Mike
How are things going on your side? If you need further assistance, please let me know. Thanks.
For E plan user, we can do this with RBAC (role based access control). For more information, please read the article below.
Administrator Role Groups in Exchange Online