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that a clear sense of separation exists between work performed as a system administrator and work performed as a normal user. Exchange 2010 forces every administrator account to be mail-enabled, which means that companies who want to enforce the separation can not do so unless they create two accounts for administrators, one for normal use and one with administrative permissions. SP1 extends the RBAC mechanism to allow an administrator to select a non-mail-enabled account and make it a member of a role group. Figure 5-34 shows an account called Computer Administrator added as a member of a role group. You can add non-mail-enabled accounts to role groups as powerful as Organization Management or to more restricted role groups such as Help Desk.
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Figure 5-34 Selecting a non-mail-enabled account to include it in the membership of a role group.
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To access ECP, the account owner logs in as usual and accesses ECP with the URL https:// server-name/ECP. Naturally, because he doesn t have a mailbox, any attempt to use OWA will be politely refused with the error that Exchange can t find a mailbox for the account.
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When you work with the mailbox settings of another user, ECP makes this obvious by displaying a warning banner at the top of the page (Figure 5-35) . You clearly want administrators to remain logged on to another user s mailbox for only as long as it takes to do a job and the warning indicates the need to close the window to remove ECP s connection to the mailbox once the task is complete . Before an administrator can open another user s mailbox, she has to be allowed full access to the mailbox . See 6 for more information .
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Figure 5-35 Working with ECP on another user s behalf.
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Managing groups with ECP
Distribution groups have long been a fundamental part of a messaging system. Traditionally, Exchange has allowed administrators to create and manage groups, including group membership, through its administration console. Users access groups through clients such as Outlook. However, the interaction that users have with groups is largely read-only and only a relatively small proportion of users have reason to maintain group membership. In the past, this function has largely been carried out through Outlook. Outlook is an acceptable tool for group maintenance when the group is owned by the same domain as the account that attempts to update it, but it has proven problematic in multidomain deployments if Outlook does not connect to a domain controller that holds a writeable copy of the group. This issue is addressed in Exchange 2010 as part of the relocation of the code that controls group updates from the mailbox server to the CAS, provided that the user is a nominated owner for the group. Given the fact that Outlook is not designed to be a directory maintenance tool, many companies have created self-service Web-based portals based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) to allow users to manage groups. These portals allow users to create, manage, and delete groups and are often found in environments where multiple email systems share a common directory. ECP presents two different views of groups: Users have access to public groups that they either own (are a registered manager of the group) or of which they are a member, whereas
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administrators can create, manage, or delete groups on behalf of the organization as a whole. Apart from the different labels used in the ECP UI, there are some subtle differences between the two types. A public group is one that is visible to end users. Other groups exist in Exchange that a user will never see:
1. Groups that are marked as hidden from Exchange address lists and therefore don t
appear in the GAL. End users will never see these lists.
2. Dynamic distribution groups. The membership of these lists is controlled by the
OPATH filter in each group that the transport system evaluates whenever a message addressed to a dynamic distribution group passes through its categorizer. End users cannot edit or view the OPATH filters (and probably don t want to), so it doesn t make sense for ECP to reveal these groups.
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