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Do you remember the times when you couldn’t assign service admin roles in Office 365? Those times are not gone for a long time, but however, it was not possible to add an Exchange Online Administrator, or a SharePoint Administrator. So, in most cases, companies used Global Administrators to manage Exchange, for instance, but the same admins had also access to SharePoint. It’s clear that this was odd.
The reason why this was not possible is that users and correspondent administrative roles are handled in Azure AD. So each Office 365 organization also has an Azure AD, only that many don’t know. And back then, administrative roles weren’t properly integrated across different services. However, this is possible now and we can also use PowerShell do handle everything. Continue reading