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Delegation to a group must be removed

Posted on 2010-08-14
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Goodmorning,
We have delegated a group to join computers to domain but, now, we need to remove that permission from every object.
I've tryed to deny writing permissions on that OU, but i see that they still have permissions to join old computer names to domain (wich were delegated to them.
Maybe with a script to remove this group from every computer object ? Exsists? Or there is something about permissions that could allow me to.. deny them? :)
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by:Mike Kline
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How are you delegating, did you all do it through the delegation control wizard/ACLs or was it through  

Computer Configuration / Windows Settings / Security Settings / Local Policies / User Rights Assignment - "Add workstations to the domain"

Thanks

Mike
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by:Neurom
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Sorry, I didn't mentioning that, until now, we gave that kind of permission while adding every single computer to the domain, granting the permission to add workstations to the domain to that group.
Now, if i check security permissions of a computer name in AD, I see that group allowed to write on every object. I've tryied to put a "Deny" on the OU, but i've find out that it doesn't work, as the security on the single object "wins" on the inherited one.
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by:Neurom
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It seems that this question is more difficult of what i've expected. Points raised to 250.
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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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OK, as I understood you delegated permissions for one group on OU, right? And now you want to remove that group?
If so, open your AD U&C console, navigate in menu to "View" and select "Advanced Features" option. Now, select proper OU and click right mouse button on it and choose "Properties". Select "Security" tab and locate that group which you want to remove. Select the group and click on "Remove" button then "OK". Now you shouldn't see that group on computer object's security tab.
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Sorry, as told "we need to remove that permission from every object", not just from the OU.
I've found a way by myself, using

DSACLS "ActiveDirectory Object DN" /R "Domain\GroupName"

However, thank you ;)
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