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Microsoft® Lync Server 2010 Unleashed by Tom Pacyk, Andrew Abbate, Alex Lewis

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Roles-Based Access Controls

Microsoft Exchange 2010 administrators will recognize Roles-Based Access Controls (RBAC) as the standard for controlling systems access. Lync Server provides standard, predefined roles that are applied to users to determine who, what, and where they can add, view, and change Lync Server data. When logging into CSCP, a user’s RBAC rules are applied as well. RBAC ensures that administrators are not given access to more data than they require to complete their assigned tasks.

With the further expansion of Lync Server features into the telephony realm, RBAC plays an important role in Lync Server administration, giving the telephony group the ability to modify users’ phone numbers, but not any other Lync Server attributes. ...

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