This is a list of all the Permissons to run and restore from Recovery Manager For Exchange.
Permissions Required to Install and Use Recovery Manager Components
Install the Core Components feature (including the Recovery Manager console)
The account must be a member of the local Administrators group on the target computer.
If during setup you specify an existing SQL Server instance for storing Recovery Manager Databases, the user account with which Recovery Manager connects to the SQL Server instance must have the following permissions for that instance:
Install the Web Interface feature
•The account must be a member of the local Administrators group on the computer where you plan to install this feature.
•If the target computer has Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 installed, the account you specify as application pool identity must be a member of the IIS_WPG group on that computer.
Connect to the Web Interface
The account you use to connect must have:
•Access to the Recovery Manager computer via an intranet.
•Read permission for the virtual directory where the Web Interface is installed.
Use the Recovery Manager Management Shell
In Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, or Windows Server 2008 R2, you must run the Recovery Manager Management Shell as administrator.
No special permissions are required to use the Recovery Manager Console
Permissions Required to Perform Data Restore Tasks
Register an online Exchange Server mailbox as a storage;
Restore data to/from an online Exchange Server mailbox
The account you use to access the mailbox must have the following permissions for the mailbox:
Note: Even though the account you use is the Administrator account or is a member of the Domain Admins or Enterprise Admins groups, this account may be explicitly denied Send As and Receive As permissions for all mailboxes except its own.
Create a mailbox on an online Exchange Server and restore data there
The account you use to access Exchange Server must have the following permissions for the target mailbox database:
Register an online public folder hierarchy as a storage;
Restore data to/from an online public folder hierarchy
The account you use to access the public folder hierarchy must have the following permissions:
•Send As and Receive As permissions for the target public folder store database.
•Read and Write permissions for the public folder.
Register an Exchange Online (Office 365) mailbox as a storage;
Restore data to/from an Exchange Online (Office 365) mailbox;
The account you use to access Office 365 must have:
•The Global Administrator role
•An Exchange Online license assigned
•Full access to the Exchange Online mailbox
Note: By default, Exchange Online administrators cannot open user mailboxes and view their contents.