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Delegate user to disable user account only Windows 2008 R2

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I have modified a scipt that I fould that allows a user to enable/disable a user account, the script works great , no errors. Heres my problem, I need to allow store managers to disable user accounts for our their store and only disable the account.
I have set up an OU for each store and delagateed the store manager to that OU, but hte only option the wizrad allows that is even close is to create/delete and change a user. I do not want to give my managers that much access. How do I only allow them to disable an account for their OU?
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You need to give them access to useraccountcontrol Brian Desmond has a good blog post on how to do this.

http://briandesmond.com/blog/delegating-enable-disable-account-rights-in-active-directory/
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not the answer I was looking for
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