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Infrastructure groups:

RTCUniversalGlobalWriteGroup — grants write access to global setting objects for Office Communications Server.

RTCUniversalGlobalReadOnlyGroup — grants read-only access to global setting objects for Office Communications Server.

RTCUniversalUserReadOnlyGroup — grants read-only access to Office Communications Server user settings.

RTCUniversalServerReadOnlyGroup — grants read-only access to Office Communications Server settings. This group does not have access to pool level settings, only to settings specific to an individual server.

Forest preparation then adds service and administration groups to the appropriate infrastructure groups, as follows:

RTCUniversalServerAdmins is added to RTCUniversalGlobalReadOnlyGroup, RTCUniversalGlobalWriteGroup, RTCUniversalServerReadOnlyGroup, and RTCUniversalUserReadOnlyGroup.

RTCUniversalUserAdmins is added as a member of RTCUniversalGlobalReadOnlyGroup, RTCUniversalServerReadOnlyGroup, and RTCUniversalUserReadOnlyGroup.

RTCHSUniversalServices, RTCComponentUniversalServices and RTCUniversalReadOnlyAdmins are added as members of RTCUniversalGlobalReadOnlyGroup, RTCUniversalServerReadOnlyGroup, and RTCUniversalUserReadOnlyGroup.

Forest preparation creates both private and public ACEs. It creates private ACEs on the global settings container used by Office Communications Server. This container is used only by Office Communications Server and is located either in the Configuration container or the System container in the root domain, depending on the options you specify. The public ACEs created by forest preparation are listed in the following table.

Public ACEs created by Forest Preparation

RTCUniversalGlobalReadOnlyGroup

Read root domain System Container (not inherited)*

X

Read Configuration’s DisplaySpecifiers container (not inherited)

X

Note:

*ACEs that are not inherited do not grant access to child objects under these containers. ACEs that are inherited grant access to child objects under these containers.

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