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Manage permissions on the distribution group

Posted on 2011-03-02
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Can I assign managed by permissions for a group to mulitple user objects. If so let me know. Also can I change the manage by permissions for all the groups in the AD at once?
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Create in a domain new security group(s), add there all users and assign this group to "Managed By" attribute. For doing this automatically, you can use Quest PowerShell cmd-lets.

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you will need to add the users manually in Group properties and assign them full rights , you cannot assign managed by rights  using groups to a distribution group
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In exchange 2010, yes:


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