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Active Directory admin rights for a secretary.

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I have Active Directory on 2003 server + exchange 2003 with Outlook users.  My boss wants her secretary to be able to create email groups and public folders (things she sees in Outlook).  How do I give a sec'y these rights without giving admin privledges to the whole tree, server and network?
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Create a new OU and add her to it. Right click on the OU and use the Deligation of Control Wizard to assign her those certain tasks.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/technologies/directory/activedirectory/stepbystep/ctrlwiz.mspx
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