Do you struggle with administering your Microsoft 365 tenant? Have you ever wished there was an easy way to segment your tenant so you could delegate permissions more granularly to group or site admins?

Microsoft has introduced Administrative Units and they are a great start to creating boundaries within your tenant for user and group administration but are they enough? What about the other Microsoft365 services not covered by Administrative Units?

Microsoft has also announced they’ll be introducing custom roles for Microsoft 365. While currently very limited, they do promise that you’ll be able to get more granular with the permissions you want to assign.

CoreView helps you to easily manage Microsoft 365 by combining multiple Microsoft Admin Centers into a single view so you no longer need to log into multiple admin centers to complete everyday tasks.  

With Virtual Tenants (like OUs for Azure AD), you can also segment your tenant by geography, department, or any other AD attribute to limit the admin scope. Virtual Tenants can be applied to any Microsoft 365 object, so they’re not just limited to users and groups.

CoreView also has very granular permissions that allow you to adhere to the least privilege access policy recommended by Microsoft. CoreView permission sets can get as granular as a single attribute without giving the delegated administrator permission to do anything else.

You’ll also see how you can easily delegate the running of PowerShell scripts so once the script is created, anyone with proper CoreView permissions can execute it.

Register now to hear MMVP Joel Oleson’s take on Admin Units, and how CoreView can help take them to the next level.