Groups in New Exchange Admin Center (EAC) Brings Performance and Ease of Discoverability
The Exchange Admin Center (EAC) is an important tool for Exchange administrators, offering a comprehensive set of tools and features for managing Exchange Online. Most Exchange admins are familiar with the EAC, which has been around for many years. However, in the last few years, Microsoft has made some major enhancements to the EAC, making it even more powerful and efficient. One of the most recent additions is the ability to manage groups in the EAC.
What are Groups in Exchange?
Groups are a way of organizing and managing users in the Exchange environment. They can be used to assign permissions, share resources, and generally simplify the process of managing user accounts. Groups can be created in the Exchange Admin Center and are managed within the EAC. There are several different types of groups available in Exchange, including security groups, distribution groups, and dynamic distribution groups.
How Does Group Management in Exchange Work?
Group management in Exchange works by allowing administrators to create and manage groups within the Exchange Admin Center. Administrators can create new groups, add and remove users from groups, assign permissions to groups, and manage other aspects of the group. The EAC also provides a detailed view of each group, including its members and their roles. This makes it easy to manage and audit user access to resources.
Benefits of Group Management in Exchange
Group management in Exchange offers a number of benefits for administrators. First, it simplifies the process of creating and managing groups. This makes it easier for administrators to assign permissions and share resources. Additionally, the EAC provides a detailed view of each group, making it easier to audit user access to resources. Finally, the new EAC makes it easier to discover and manage groups, which can help reduce the amount of time administrators spend managing user accounts.
The new Exchange Admin Center includes a powerful set of tools for group management. This makes it easier for administrators to assign permissions, share resources, and audit user access to resources. Additionally, the new EAC makes it easier to discover and manage groups, which can help reduce the amount of time administrators spend managing user accounts. With these improvements, Exchange administrators can now manage groups more efficiently and securely.
Groups in new Exchange Admin Center (EAC) brings performance and ease of discoverability