I want to create several OU's. I need to then create an account that has the rights to add/remove computers. Reset or change passwords. I have looked at the delegation wizard but I am not sure this is what I want to do. Also when you add a machine to the domain the default location is the computers OU. Is there a way to associate who is adding the computer account to only go to the OU they have control over. This way I wouldn't have to check the default location and move computer accounts every morning.
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