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How delegated user in Win2003 server perform his/her delegated authority?

Posted on 2004-10-11
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I managed to delegate a user to manage his OU, can someone tell me how this person can access the server to perform his/her delegated authorities please?  Does he log on via terminal service?  Do I have modify certain policies for this user?  Thanks.
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WHy not just load the AD tools on his desktop?
You're looking for adminpak.msi - it's on your W2k3 server cd...
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I installed the admin tool on an XP Professional PC logged in as the delegated user on the domain.  But I can not attach to the domain when I tried to start AD users & computers : The server is not operational.  What am I doing wrong?  Thanks.
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I got the admintool working.  Thanks for all your help.
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