Exchange System Manager - 'Customized' Permissions

I saw someone ask today what it meant in Exchange System Manager when you ran the delegation wizard and it listed the role as Exchange Full Administrator (Customized) as seen in the graphic below.

Customperms

You'll get the 'customized' tag if you've modified the permissions such that they now no longer correspond directly to one of the predefined roles, such as Exchange Full Administrator.  For example, if you were to enable the security page in ESM and then modifiy the permissions of a user manually, perhaps specificially enabling or disabling the Send As and Receive As rights for example, ESM would then show that role as customized.

Account Deleted on October 4, 2007 at 10:05 AM in Useful Info
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