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Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) gives administrators granular control over what actions users can perform, both inside and outside the network. RBAC assigns specific roles to authorized users based on their job function within an organization. For example, a user may be granted permissions to view reports but not modify or delete them. RBAC can be implemented across a Windows Server infrastructure to control access to all network resources, including software applications and the data associated with these systems. RBAC is a core security feature in Windows Server 2012 that provides granular control over what actions administrators, operators, and end users can perform inside and outside the network.

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