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Manage permissions on the distribution group

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Can I assign  managed by permissions for Mulitple userIDs in AD .I have windows 2003 O.S.
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i'm not sure what you are asking.

If you mean can you assign "managed by" permissions on a distribution group, then yes you can by going to distrubition group properties and setting it there.  That will in effect set "managed by" permissions to everyone in that DL.

If you are asking if you can select/highlight multiple singular user accounts in AD, and then from there set managed by permissions to everyone selected, then unfortunately no.  All those users would have to be made into a DL first.
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pointing to the first one, Can I assign multiple UserIDs the managed by permissions on a DL. If no, then how can I overwrite the existing UserID with a differant one for all the DLs.
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