Authorization Manager

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Authorization Manager is a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that can help provide effective control of access to resources. The two categories of role-based administration that benefit from this technology are user authorization roles, which are based on a user's job function, and computer configuration roles, which are based on a computer's function.

Getting Started


  • Desktop Deployment Center - Provisioning: Authorization Manager

    Contains conceptual information about role-based security and Authorization Manager's implementation, as well as information about how to configure role and task definitions, how to create role assignments within an application, how to create and work with scopes, and understanding authorization rules.


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