Re: Restricting Database Access Using RBAC

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Brian Day MCITP

You have a couple options. The easiest may be to create an exclusive scope on the DB in question. This way that DB will be " Exclusively" available to whomever you attach to the Exclusive scope for management.Microsoft Premier Field Engineer, Exchange
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DaveHoward79

Hi Brian. So if i create an exclusive scope on the Users database, how do i restrict the Directors Database?
 
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Read through the example given in the TechNet article linked above. You would create something like an " Executive Administrators" Role Assignment and give it the exclusive scope filter of the Executive Database. Then anyone who isn't part of the executive role assignement couldn't mange anyone in the Executive Database.Microsoft Premier Field Engineer, Exchange
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DaveHoward79

Hi Brian, any many thanks for your reply

OK, i have created the scope with the -exclusive switch. Used the -databaselist and listed my exec DB. I have then created a ManagementRoleAssigment, specified the exclusive scope i have created, used the databases role as the parent and pointed the -security to a UG in AD.

So my understanding is that anyone who is a member of the UG specified in the ManagementRoleAssigment should be able to read the exec DB right?

I have a test user who is a member of the said UG, and when i try and move a mailbox from the normal 'users' DB to the exec 'DB' i get an error stating database is not within current users management scope. I'm assuming i have missed something but im unsure what it is.

Any help is MUCH appreciated.
 
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