Feb 13 2017
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May 24 2021
The FAQ at https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Introducing-the-Office-365-Secure-Score-c9e7160f-2c34-4bd0-... states that "custom admin roles" can access the Secure Score site. Does anyone know what this means? does it mean "service admins"?
To the best of my knowledge we cannot create custom admin roles. Am I unaware of another new unnannounced feature?
Sep 18 2018 04:39 AM
In Office 365 are three option. User, Global administrator or Customized administrator, which provides list of different admin roles available to manage services within Office 365. I believe that the reference in the document is to the Customized administrator option in the Office 365 admin center user management. However not all the Customized administrator roles have access to the Secure Score.
Oct 23 2018 12:53 PM
I read the same article and assumed that Custom Administrator / Reports Reader would give the access. My user is telling me it's not working. Is there a definitive list of which Custom Administrators should get access? Here's the possibilities:
Oct 24 2018 10:18 AM
The user needs to be a workload (Exchange, SharePoint, etc) admin or have a security role. You might want to grant the user Security Reader rights via Azure AD to see if that meets their needs.
The other option is to leverage the Secure Score API and build out a dashboard in Power BI or another tool to show them just the data they need. There are some YouTube videos here and here that might help with this.
Oct 25 2018 07:04 AM
Can you elaborate specifically on which of the above-mentioned are "workload" besides Exchange and SharePoint?
Oct 29 2018 10:46 AMSolution
The roles are:
We are looking to add the Teams Administrator to the list in the future
Oct 29 2018 10:49 AM
For the record, the option of "...grant the user Security Reader rights via Azure AD..." also worked.
Dec 03 2018 06:13 AM
Is everything in the tool available for users with that roles granted?
Or do you need any kind of specific lincense for extra functions?