Active Directory - Delagate control

Hi there,

I have delegated full control to an OU in my active directory to a user in that OU.  

he was been working fine but now all of a sudden he cant add machines to the OU.  I reapplied his rights and still he has the same problem.  has anyone had much experience or know any good sites about troubleshooting delegated control issues?

thanks
tdvitAsked:
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Casca1Commented:
Go and look at the specific rights for the user. Right click the OU, properties, security, advanced, and look at the specific rights. It's probably not correctly set there. The wizard should add the correct privileges, but there may be something blocking it.
Good luck.
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Casca1Commented:
With no information from the user, Yes, I think I do.
Since there were no more comments by the user, it looks as if my suggestion helped. If it didn't, there was never any more information given to continue troubleshooting.
What resolved the issue?
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tdvitAuthor Commented:
as this issue is still a problem unfortunately your suggestion hasn't helped me in this case.

Many thanks

tdvit
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Casca1Commented:
That's cool.
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Computer101Commented:
PAQed, with points refunded (60)

Computer101
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