Win2K GPO Security Rights (Users and Groups)

On a Windows 2000 Domain, using Active Directory.

I know if I want to setup some permissions on a group, I add in a GPO and say stuff like, this group has a quota, or must show login script... etc..

I don't want that kind of stuff, maybe it's somewhere else or maybe I'm missing it.

I want to say stuff like, this group can not create groups but can create users. Or this group can add users to groups, but can not create groups. This group can create groups and users and that's it.  This group can edit only select fields in the user properties window.

I'm pretty sure this is possible, just can't remember how to do it.  If you answer this question, go on over to this link and put a comment up with a link back to here, I'll give you the 50 points from the other one too.
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Joel MillerDevOps EngineerCommented:
It's Delegation of Control
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fredmastroAuthor Commented:
Can you explain or tell me how to do it?
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Joel MillerDevOps EngineerCommented:
Right click on an OU and choose Delegation of Control. The wizard is pretty simple so I won't go into it too much. However, If you have any problems or questions about it, go ahead and post and I will answer right away.

I hope this helps.
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