How do I change the Delegation on all my network computers?

Hi,

We have a Windows Server 2003 network. Right now, if I need to change the delegation of a desktop, I need to logon to the AD, and change the delegation selection under the delegation tab per one computer at a time. Is there a way (maybe like a script) to allow me to change the Delegation of all PCs in our domain? That'd be great. Thanks

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CRIITAsked:
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TheCleanerCommented:
What exactly are you wanting to "delegate"?   What are you trying to accomplish?
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CRIITAuthor Commented:
If you open your AD console, and under the Active Directory Users and Computers, open your domain and open the "Computers" folder, select any computer. Click the properties, and there is a tab, Delegation. By default "Do not trust this computer for delegation" is selected, and I want to chenge it to the second one in the list.
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TheCleanerCommented:
Understand that...just curious cause I've never seen anyone actually need this "turned on" so I'm curious what kind of services actually need to use this...just for my own KB... :)

It's not something that can be set through GPO's I think...and you can't select it via multiple computers in ADUC...and I don't know of a script to actually set it.

http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/Library/b207ee9c-a055-43f7-b9be-20599b694a311033.mspx

That article talks about delegation...which is why I'm so curious why you'd set this on all PCs in your domain?  Is there something running as a service on all pc's that would need this setup?

Also this EE link will help you query AD for this setting:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Q_21372685.htm





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CRIITAuthor Commented:
The reason for that is I want to be able to install packages remotely by vb script. I will read that articles and keep you posted. thanks
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TheCleanerCommented:
OK...the only thing I remember someone doing this with is SQL...in fact there is a KB article about it:

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=319723


I'm just not sure if this is the way you need to go....you should be able to install apps using vbscript remotely simply by running them as part of a script that either runs under admin credentials or runs as a computer login script.
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TheCleanerCommented:
Thanks for the points...guessing you got it all working?
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