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How to implement role based security model in Configuration Manager 2007 Part#2?

How to implement role based security model in Configuration Manager 2007 Part#2?

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Here is long awaiting part#2 for how to implement role based security model in Configuration Manager. In my last blog post I had mentioned about the role based security  group implementation and received lot of feedback for how to do the same in configuration console, so I am sharing the information how you can map available Configuration Manager permission with the groups mentioned in my last post. Special Thanks to Luke McCoy for his great idea of this role based security model.

Please post your comments if you have any queries or feedback.

Note: Wherever possible avoid single group or individual cumulative permissions  for not including high and medium both category groups.

Below is permission tables screenshot which has preview for classes and instances security permissions and details can be found in xls format from here

ConfigurationManagerPermissions 

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  • This is excellet, but I have a question?

    The permissions for group SCCM_Producction_Reporting_Access are enough for reports viewers?

    Thanks

  • The Configuration Manager in Microsoft IT folks have just released Part 2 of their series of implementing

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