Delegwiz deny mod?

Posted on 2010-01-01
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I'm customizing the Delegwiz.inf file and am not finding any way to deny permissions. For example, to deny the deletion of a top level Organizational Unit to a specific group.

None of my docs explained how to do this. Does it exist? Below is an example of how to allow certain rights

Description = "Create an Organizational Unit"
ObjectTypes = SCOPE
Question by:snyderkv
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    Accepted Solution

    The delegation wizard is used for delegating allowed permissions.
    To deny permission, use the Security tab in the properties of the OU.
    To see the Security-tab in the properties dialog, you nead to enable the View|'Advanced Features' option in ADUC

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    Thanks though

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