Creating a custom RBAC role for end users

Like custom RBAC roles for administrators, you can also create custom roles that apply to your end users. This may be useful when you need to allow them to modify additional configuration settings that apply to their own accounts through the Exchange Control Panel (ECP). This recipe will provide a real world example of how you might implement a custom RBAC role for end users in your Exchange organization.

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When users log on to ECP, they have the ability to modify their work phone number, their fax number, their home phone number, and their mobile phone number, among other things. Let's say that we need to limit this so that they can only update their home phone number, as their work, fax, ...

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