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    32 comments  ·  Office 365 Admin » Exchange Admin  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Steve commented  · 

    Jeremy,

    The reason for the defaults is the integrity of the system. By default an admin has the rights to do what an admin needs to do. Mailboxes can be search for specific info by the the people assigned to do that. (Search-Mailbox and New-MailboxSearch) IT isn't about having full control of everything in the systems. It's about the functioning of the systems.

    It wouldn't be appropriate to give someone rights to read everyone's mail. For instance, as an IT Pro I don't need to know what HR is telling someone about their review.

    If you're environment is different, you can have your user setup scripts add your permissions when the mailbox is created.

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    Steve commented  · 

    Good news for 100% Mac shops is that PowerShell 6 will run on the Macs.

    That's helpful as long as you have staff that will use a CLI instead of a GUI. But that's the reality of Admin at scale, GUI only isn't a viable career option.

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    Steve commented  · 

    I wrote a script, but having a command that would do it would probably lessen the server load. In a 700 person organization it take 4 - 5 minutes per person.

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    The template needs to be able to handle licenses that have a portion disabled.

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    Steve commented  · 

    We use a new user script. That script determines the groups someone needs to be in and adds them. Pretty quick *if* you have the logic to tell the script. Really the best way to do user setups. I would imagine at a college you have a lot of people coming in at the same time and changes in accounts. Probably worth looking into doing.

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