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Office 365 Security & Compliance Center permissions are based on RBAC (Role Based Access Control) model as used by Exchange, with a varying difference in the implementation. The Office 365 Security & Compliance Center lets you grant permissions to people who perform compliance tasks like device management, data loss prevention, eDiscovery, retention, and so on.

  1. Login in Microsoft Office 365 1 login for permission
  2. Select the App launcher icon and choose “Admin”.office 365 2 admin tile
  3. Expand “ADMIN” and click on “Security & Compliance”.office 365 3 admin security compliance
  4. In the “Security & Compliance” window, click on “Permissions”. From the permission lists, choose the role group – “Compliance Administrator”, “eDiscovery Manager”, “Organization Management”, “Reviewer”, “Service Assurance User”, “Supervisory Review” – in which you want to add a user. Click (+) sign to add the new 365 4 add new user
  5. “New role group” window appears on your screen. Enter the name for “New role group” in the name dialog box and fill 365 5 new group name
  6. To select the role to assign the user click on (+) sign and select any role into the drop-down lists. Now click on (+) button. “Select a Role” will pop up with all the predefined roles. Click on “add ->” and then on Save to close the 365 6 roles
  7. If you want to add members, click on (+) sign and choose the members into the user’s list. Click 365 7 add members for role
  8. Now, you can see full information in following image filled by the you or any users. After checking this information click on “Save” 365 8 full description
  9. Now, you can see your created “New role group” in the group lists. If you want to editi this new group role, click on “Edit” 365 9 new group role

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