Make sure your current account has the permission to manage the database: Mailbox database permissions
Exchange 2016 permissions
I have a question related to the permissions of exchange 2016.
I have 2 databases. One for Italian users and one for French users.
If it were possible I would like to make sure that an user can only manage the db of French users (create, delete, reset the password, spam filter, etc.) while not being able to do anything on the users of the db of Italian users.
In practice, a user must have organization management privileges only on the db of French users so that he cannot do any activity on the db of Italian users.
Hi @pazzoide76 ,
Thank you for your question.
In Exchange Server, there are no specific permissions for a user who have organization administrative privileges only on the Database of French Users.
If you want to do this, you can only create two OUs by user category, one to manage French users and the other to manage Italian users. The scope of the OU is limited to French users in the Role Based Access Control (RBAC).
1.Open the EAC and navigate to Permissions.
2.Select admin roles.
3.Choose Organization Management.
4. Specifies a specific OU scope.
Please refer to this document for details: understanding-management-role-scopes-exchange-2013-help
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