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Feature permissions in EOP

Exchange 2013
 

Applies to: Exchange Online Protection

Topic Last Modified: 2014-07-24

The permissions required to perform tasks to manage Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) vary depending on the feature you are managing.

To set up EOP, you must be an Office 365 Global Admin, or an Exchange Company Administrator (the Organization Management role group).

To find out what permissions you need to manage EOP features, see the following table.

 

Feature Permissions required

Anti-malware

Organization Management

Hygiene Management

Anti-spam

Organization Management

Hygiene Management

Transport rules

Organization Management

Records Management

Domains

Organization Management

View-only Organization Management

Inbound and Outbound connectors

Organization Management

Message trace

Organization Management

View-only Organization Management

Organization configuration

Organization Management

Quarantine

Organization Management

View-only Organization Management

Hygiene Management

Users, Contacts, and Role Groups

Organization Management

View-only Organization Management

Hygiene Management

Distribution Groups and Security Groups

Organization Management

View-only Organization Management

Hygiene Management

View reports

Organization Management – users have access to mail protection reports.

View-Only Recipients role – users have access to mail protection reports.

Compliance Management – users have access to mail protection reports and Data Loss Prevention (DLP) reports (if their subscription has DLP capabilities).

 
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