Microsoft Exchange Server Permissions News
February 07, 2006
Exchange administrators have a new free tool in their quiver to help configure and validate mobile client certificate authentication for Exchange Server ActiveSync. Microsoft also released a utility that gives Exchange's Jet database a stress test.
June 09, 2004
The following is tip #8 from "12 ways to protect your Exchange 2003 data."
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Exchange 2010’s new permissions model, role based access control, is helpful but can be daunting due to the number of roles and groups available. Start with the basics in this tip. Continue Reading
E2K stands for the Exchange 2000 messaging and collaboration server product from Microsoft. Continue Reading
In the administration of a multi-user computer system, a privilege is an identified right that a particular user has to a particular system resource, such as a file folder, the use of certain system commands, or an amount of storage. Continue Reading
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IT security and regulatory compliance require identity and access management. However, the move to the cloud and the spread of mobile devices has added complexity. This handbook looks at tools and best practices for managing authentication, working ... Continue Reading
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The Role-Based Access Control model manages and evaluates permissions in Exchange Online. Admins can explore the model, create new permissions and customize roles. Continue Reading
Exchange Online's conditional access features gives organizations tighter control over how they keep end users' devices and information safe. Continue Reading
Email is a treasure trove of sensitive information. Exchange administrators must frequently check five areas to ensure email security. Continue Reading
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Secure your email with EOP tools like DKIM and DMARC that verify incoming messages aren't spam or spoofs. Avoid unauthorized email with digital signatures and authenticated domains. Continue Reading
With recent news like the NSA's PRISM program grabbing headlines, enterprises are rethinking overall security, including for Exchange. Continue Reading
While data loss prevention policies are a cool new feature in Exchange 2013, you must understand how to build them before you can use them. Continue Reading