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How to create an admin account in Exchange Server?

Exchange administrator accounts have more rights and permissions than a regular user account. Here, we will go through a detailed narration to know about an Exchange administrator account and how do you can create one.

First, let us go through the step-by-step procedure of creating an admin account and assigning administrative roles -

Step - 1. Login to Exchange Admin Center.

Step - 2. In the permissions category, go to admin roles, and then select the category of Organization Management. Finally, click the Edit button.

Step - 3. Click the Add () button to add the member to the respective role group.

Step - 4. Select the user which you need to add as an administrator. Click the Add button and then click OK.

Step - 5. The new user is now a member of the Organization Management. Click the Save button.

Step - 6. You can see the new user in the list which has all the rights of the group.

After creating an administrator account, you should go ahead with understanding the role-based groups. An administrator should have at least one role assigned to it. It can also have more than one role to perform multiple jobs in the Exchange Server environment.

For easy management of roles, Microsoft has created role groups which are special universal security groups. When the role is assigned to a group, then all the permissions associated with the role are automatically attached to the group members. Here is a brief list of various built-in role groups which the administrator can become a member.

  • Organization Management

    The administrator members of the Organization Management will have administrative access to the Exchange Server and can perform almost all managerial tasks.

  • View-Only Organization Management

    Administrator members of this group can view the properties of any object in Exchange Server.

  • Recipient Management

    Administrator members of this group can create or modify Exchange Server recipients within the Exchange environment.

  • UM Management

    Administrator members of this group can manage the Unified Messaging service configurations and settings.

  • Records Management

    Administrator members of this group can modify the compliance features like retention policy tags, message classification, and mail flow rules.

  • Discovery Management

    Administrator members of this group can search the data in the entire Exchange Server environment based on a specific criterion.

  • Public Folder Management

    Administrator members of this group can manage and configure public folders in the whole Exchange Server.

  • Server Management

    Administrator members of this group can modify server configurations for transport, unified messaging, client access, mailbox, and features like certificates, database copies, send connectors, virtual directories, etc.

  • Delegated Setup

    Administrator members of this group can deploy the servers which were earlier provisioned by a member of the Organization Management Role group.

  • Compliance Management

    Administrator members of this group can manage the compliance settings based on their Organization policy.

Conclusion

So, this is the whole process of creating an Exchange administrator account and assigning roles for them according to the tasks it has to accomplish. You should check the permissions of each role group and then add the administrator to it.

 

 

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