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How can I see Active Directory delegations

Posted on 2010-09-22
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In Active Directory from the Delegation Control, I have delegated some tasks to some Domain users. How can I see or get list which delegation tasks I had given to the users.
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You can see it in Security Properties of the Domain or OU where you delegated the rights.
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by:Kini pradeep
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you could use the Dsrevoke cmd line tool to check the permissions delegated through the delegation of control wizard.
download the tool from
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?familyid=77744807-c403-4bda-b0e4-c2093b8d6383&displaylang=en
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by:Premkumar Yogeswaran
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first in ADUC console, seletct view and check "Advanced Feature"

Then you go to the properties of any OU or any object in that console you can find the security option

In that u can find the users and group delegation to that object.

Cheers,
Prem
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by:certuran
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The item name In properties security option is not the same as the delegation name. Delegation item name is "join domain" but security option name is "create object". DSREVOKE is an expert tool.
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