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Your organization hires a new compliance officer named Joe Gruber. Your manager has asked you to configure Joe's access. He'll need to be able to place mailboxes on hold, and perform compliance searches in OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint Online.

Your organization adheres to the principle of least privilege.

Answer the questions below

Optional answers

Global admin role

eDiscovery Manager role

Defender admin center

Microsoft 365 admin center

Compliance / Purview admin center

Data Investigator role

Correct answers

What role needs to be applied?

correct answer here

What admin center do you need to grant the admin role from?

correct answer here

Global admins can perform what the question is asking but wouldn't use the principle of least privilege.

Data investigators can perform searches on mailboxes, SharePoint Online sites, and OneDrive for Business locations but they can't place holds on mailboxes.

The eDiscovery Manager role can place mailboxes on hold and perform searches throughout the entire Microsoft 365 tenant.

The eDiscovery Manager role is assigned in the Compliance / Purview admin center.

https://www.gitbit.org/course/ms-500/learn/Creating-and-managing-admins-through-roles-7CpqFkPZU

https://www.iorad.com/player/1801786/MS-500---ensure-that-a-user-can-perform-searches-and-place-holds-on-mailboxes-

  1. Open the security and compliance admin center
  2. Click Permissions
  3. Scroll down to the eDiscovery Manager role and click on it.
  4. Click Edit next to the eDiscovery Manager role.
  5. Click Choose eDiscovery Manager.
  6. Click Add. Add Jo Gruber the role.
  7. Click Done then Save then Close.
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