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How do I Delegate Control Of An Ou, and all objects within that OU and sub-OU's, To A User?

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How do I Delegate Control Of An Ou, and all objects within that OU and sub-OU's, To A User?
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Quick easy way is to right click on the OU and go though the deligation control wizard to give the rights that you want.
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In Active Directory users and computers right click the OU and select delegate control
 Add the account.
Select Create a custom task
Select This folder, existing objects....
Check Full control
Then finish
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