We are running Unity 4.1.1 with Exchange 2003 integration.
I have set up a COS that mimics my main subscriber COS - except it also allows for Unity password change/reset. The goal is to allow help desk staff to reset Unity passwords without having to escalate the call to our System Accounts staff.
I give access to only two items, 'Cisco Unity Administrator application access' and 'Can unlock subscriber accounts and change passwords.'
The effective permissions are exactly what I am after - except for one thing - this COS can access and change anything on the Subcriber 'Features' page! That means they can change Broadcast message parameters, message locators and private encryption for any subscriber.
Is there a way to restrict access to the Features page as well?