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View list of Users Delegated Right's in AD

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Right now I'm running a Windows 2000 AD domain. Is there any way for me to get a list or easily see which groups / users have access or permission to do "what" in the domain or OU. For example I want to know what permission GroupA has for the domain ora ll sub OU;s like password reset etc...
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by:Americom
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Right click on the OU and select properties and security tab, to see more click on Advanced.
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Or if you have the $ to spend, use Active Administrator from ScriptLogic.
This software allow you to manage AD including friendly display of Active Directory security, monitor activities of your AD event as to who create/add/delete AD object etc. It also have backup and restore AD objects instantly. http://www.scriptlogic.com/products/activeadmin/

Hi Mike.
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by:compdigit44
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I'm trying the dsrevoke command now...since I do not have any $$$$$$$$$ in my budget right now...
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by:Mike Kline
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Most of us don't have money in our budgets right now...so you are not alone
Hopefully things pick up in the next few years :)
Thanks
Mike
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