Applies to: Office 365 for enterprises, Live@edu
Topic Last Modified: 2011-02-03
To assign or remove end-user roles from a built-in or a custom role assignment policy, in the Exchange Control Panel, select Manage My Organization > Roles & Auditing > User Roles, select a role assignment policy, and then click Details. Keep in mind that changing a role assignment policy affects all users whose mailbox is associated with the role assignment policy.
A unique, descriptive name for the role assignment policy.
Note In Live@edu organizations, you can't change the name of the role assignment policy.
A description of the role assignment policy.
This section lists the end-user management roles that you can assign to or remove from the role assignment policy.
Roles that are indented under other roles indicate a parent-child relationship between the roles.
For example, the MyProfileInformation role is the parent of the MyDisplayName and MyName roles, so if you select the MyProfileInformation role, MyDisplayName and MyName are automatically selected. If you clear the MyProfileInformation check box, you can select MyDisplayName or MyName separately.
Custom end-user roles you create appear beneath the parent role you copied to create the custom role. If you want to select the custom role only, first clear the check box for the parent role. Then you can select the custom role.
To assign the role, make sure the check box next to the role is selected. To remove a role, clear the check box.
Note The MyBaseOptions role is required for users to access Outlook Web App > Options from their own mailbox.