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hi all,
   I'm delegating some AD responsibility to some users and i want to know how to give them access to AD to perform the delegated tasks. I know you have to ins tall Windows 2003 admin tools for them to have AD mmc available.

Is there a way around that. I dont want users to access any other tools in the admin tool and preferably i dont want them to even see other containers than the one they are delegated for.

Any ideas on how to give them access to AD without installing Admin tools. Also is there a way to prevent them from seeing other containers...

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Hi,

Install the tools and then delete or rename the mmc and exe files for the other tools. You can't hide the other containers within AD. MS hasn't caught on to that yet as far as I know. If they don't have any permissions they shouldn't you won't need to be concerned about them seeing anything they could break.
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To install just the AD tools from the adminpak just do this:
msiexec /i adminpak.msi ADDLOCAL=FeADTools /qb

The default AD MMC's will not allow you to prevent users from seeing other OU's.  Some 3rd party products have this ability to only show users what they've been delegated.  This is usually done through a WEB interface.  Quest has a good product called ActiveRoles Direct or ActiveRoles Server: http://www.quest.com/activeroles_server/

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Thanks Pber - good article for this here - http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=314978
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