Dumping the RBAC Hierarchy

One of the things I noticed between RTM and SP1 for Exchange 2010 is the changes made to the RBAC environment, specifically the introduction of many new parameters on individual role entries (cmdlets associated with a role).  Using the shell to manage this can be difficult, which is why I posted a link back in…

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38,505 Security Delegation Options in Exchange 2010

With the introduction of Role Based Access Control in Exchange 2010, it seems we have a lot of options for delegation.  About 38,505 if you consider drilling down to the attribute level.  If you’ve been tasked with creating a delegation model, it might be frustrating in the RTM version of Exchange 2010 to wrap your…

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New-ClientAccessArray: What is it?

Having been through a few Exchange 2010 deployments, I’ve had plenty of questions without so many well documented answers.  In many cases, I am merely seeking the validation of a simple premise.  In this case, my question is, “what is a client access array and why do I need it?” The CAS Array is simply…

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