Topic Last Modified: 2010-07-14
Communications Server 2010 introduces role-based access control (RBAC). With RBAC, administrative privilege is granted by assigning users to pre-defined administrative roles. Communications Server includes a rich set of 11 pre-defined roles which cover many common administrative scenarios. You can use RBAC to follow the principles of "least privilege," in which users are given only the administrative abilities which their jobs require.
Each role is associated with a specific list of Communications Server Management Shell cmdlets that users with that role are allowed to perform.