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I have a NT4.0 PDC, Win2K Mem svr with Exchange 5.5 with XP Clients

I want to give our administrative assistant access to be able to change domain users passwords only,
and never be able to access anything else on the pc or server, except Domain User stuff.

oh, if possiable create new email accounts.

If all this is possibleto create for this administrative assistant , would that person be able to add there account to another email account and logon to that account.

I know a admin can do it.
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not without admin previlages to both exchange and NT4 Domain


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no problem thank you for the points, have a great day

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