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Need help delegating permissions in AD

Posted on 2008-10-01
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I want to give a group permission to:

Join a PC to the domain
Move the PC to a different location in AD

I have read another question here which suggests I need to give the group rights to Create Computer Objects and Delete Computer Objects at both the default "Computers" OU and the OU I want the group to move the computer to

Can join PC to domain, but not move PC to different OU

Any ideas?
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Question by:Jammydixon2k
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Try these steps to delegate controll (perform on both OUs).  Note, I have reset password in there, but you can probably leave that step out.

Active Directory Users and Computers
1.      Right-click Computers and click Delegate Control
2.      Click Next
3.      Click Add
4.      Enter YourGroupName Group
5.      Click Next
6.      Highlight Create a custom task to delegate
7.      Click Next
8.      Highlight Only the following objects in the folder
9.      Check Create selected objects in this folder
10.      Check Delete selected objects in this folder
11.      Click Next
12.      Check Read All Properties
13.      Check Write All Properties
14.      Check Reset Password
15.      Check Read and Write Account Restrictions
16.      Check Validated Write to DNS Host Name
17.      Check Validated Write to Service Principal Name
18.      Click Finish
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