Need to have rights to seletct which database user can be created on  

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 DPT
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2016-06-14 18:37  

Only superadmin can see database option when create user, the other administrator can not see.

 


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 Anonymous
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2016-07-26 23:26  

I would like to have that too. And that the database-Option can be used with Import .csv
I need this because we had to set Admin-rights for a third-Party-product on one database.


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Jacob Dixon
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2016-07-27 04:24  

The latest version already has the ability to import users into specific databases. We won't ever allow the company admin to select from the current list of databases. We would have to design something where you can specify which databases they can see and only choose from that list.


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 Anonymous
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2016-07-27 19:35  

Yes, I see Your problem.

But I need to have this feature so that our Helpdesk can do the "normal" tasks (create user) on its own.

Database Scopes is what we need...

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff477621(v=exchg.150).aspx


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Jacob Dixon
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2016-08-20 10:09  

The database option for import CSV has been added and if you manually create users and leave the default "Let Exchange Decide" then it will automatically distribute across the databases as you mentioned in the Microsoft link.


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 Anonymous
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2016-08-22 00:50  

But I need to specify one database for a Special Company:

Database scopes can be useful if you have many mailbox databases in your local Active Directory site that are available to automatic distribution, but you want to limit which databases can be used by certain sets of administrators. For example, your Exchange 2013 servers may serve several agencies but you only want to allow each agency to create or move mailboxes to mailbox databases that are allocated to them.

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so what I need is to enable my Helpdesk to choose from serveral databases whitout beeing superadmin.


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Jacob Dixon
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2016-08-22 20:47  

It sounds like what may be better is the ability to lock down companies to specific databases? This would not only fix the help desk problem but would open up the possibility for company admins to choose their own database. What do you think?


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 Anonymous
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2016-11-28 06:16  

Sorry for my late answer.

Yes that sounds good. Is it implemented in the new beta?


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Jacob Dixon
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2016-11-28 09:04  
Posted by: cloudy

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Sorry for my late answer.

Yes that sounds good. Is it implemented in the new beta?

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No. Something like that would be a big change for CloudPanel and I will have to discuss it.

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