Exchange Hybrid 2019

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Hi, I'm going to create an Exchange 2019 Hybrid environment, with users on exchange On-premises and other on Office365 tenant.

Office365 users are from two different company offices: Is it possible in some way , to separate the management of the two groups?

Best Regards

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Depends. You can separate management of most Exchange Online tasks. The other workloads, including "generic" O365 admin admin portal tasks, simply lack the tools to achieve such separation and every user with an admin role will be able to manage users across both companies. The workaround is to use a some sort of a "replacement" for the portal, such as giving them custom PowerShell scripts, some UI-based system or even use third-party tools that offer delegated management.