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SBS2003R2 User management for sale groups

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What is the best procedure to allow a sales manager to add edit remove users in SBS without giving them full access.

Can they do any user management from their desktops or must they login at the server either locally or mstsc and run server management.

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Bruce
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You should be able to put the managers into the Account Operators group and then download the Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 Administration Tools Pack at:
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=E487F885-F0C7-436A-A392-25793A25BAD7&displaylang=en


Just keep in mind that this gives them a lot of other admin tools that could be deleted our of their Administration Tasks once you load it. They probably can not do much with those other tools but why give them the chance to play...right?
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