Win2003 Delegate unlock accounts but not reset passwords

Posted on 2007-09-28
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
I need to delegate authority to one user the ability to unlock accounts but specifically NOT be able to reset passwords. Does anybody know how to do this in Windows Server 2003?
Question by:awilson11
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    Accepted Solution

    This KB applies to 2000 but should work for 2003 as well
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    Assisted Solution

    Yes, it's the same attribute in 2003 as 2000, the same instructions will apply.

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