Separation of roles and responsibilities between server administrators and
SQL Server administrators can result in delays in implementation. Microsoft Lync
Server 2010 uses role-based access control (RBAC) to mitigate these
difficulties. In some instances, the SQL Server administrator must manage the
installation of databases on the SQL Server-based server outside RBAC. The Lync
Server Management Shell provides a way for the SQL Server administrator to run
Windows PowerShell cmdlets designed to configure the databases with the correct
data and log files. For details, see Deployment
Permissions for SQL Server.
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