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Delegate right to "unlock" account lockout for domain users

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I delegate some of the admin activity to our Helpdesk user group, like "password reset/ change password/ domain joining/ deleting of computers etc". however i wanted to delegate rights to "unlock" account lockout, but i couldn't find buit-in option to delegate this option.

Please advice how to delegate "unlock" account lockout rights
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Hi!

Create new delegwiz.inf file with help of this article and then you will be able to delegate "Unlock user account" and around 70 more tasks to domain users.

"Appendix O: Active Directory Delegation Wizard File"
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772784(WS.10).aspx

HTH

Toni
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