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|Source: MSExchange RBAC|
(Process w3wp.exe PID 10600) "RBAC authorization returns Access Denied for user <doman\username>. Reason: No role assignments associated with the specified user were found on Domain Controller <DCName>"
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From a support forum:
Please try to use New-ManagementRoleAssignment -name xx -role MyBaseOptions -user xxxx
We should assign the following roles to that user.
See TD335193 on how to use New-ManagementRoleAssignment.
RBAC stands for Role Based Access Control. This is the new permission model for Exchange 2010.
Someone is attempting to run the Exchange Management Console or Exchange Management Shell commands that does not have the correct permissions to do so.
In Active Directory Users and Computers you will find a new container called Microsoft exchange Security Groups. Add the user to one of the groups there as appropiate. That will resolve the error.
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