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Delegation capabilities for a single Office 365 tenant
You may have found that there are certain things that you have missed since moving to the cloud.
One such example is Active Directory Organisational Units (OUs) – remember them? Active Directory Organisational Units allowed you to assign specific permissions to units or groups so that they had a level of administrative control over only a specific part of an IT environment.
If you’re managing a large Office 365 tenant that incorporates numerous business units who are capable of coordinating, licencing and supervising their own function, you will know that so far in Office 365 it has not been possible to assign admin permissions to these units to enable them to manage themselves. This means that if you’re a Global Admin, you have to deal with a constant influx of requests, which you will have to execute from the top down.
Are Active Directory Organisational Units something that you’ve missed? Want the functionality available in Office 365?