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Delegate admin task to a user or a group

Posted on 2011-03-10
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I am running Windows 2003 R2 SP2 AD. I have delegated admin task to a group and to a specific  user to create/delete/change group membership.

There are few users/groups where the delegation did not took in effect because that user/groups are part domain admins, schema admins, enterprise admin, built administrator groups which is fine and I understand this.

Let say
If I check a User A's security tab I don't see delegated user id in it then the delegated user wont be able to delete User A.

Is there a way where I can scan the whole AD users/groups to find  out which users/groups are missing delegated ID.
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Premkumar Yogeswaran earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Can you see the delegated user in USer A's securtiy group..?

Also there is other option to check the permission, in security Tb, click advanced and click Effective permission..

You can check the user's permission and access to tjhat object there...

If you didnt find the delegated group in security tab, might be an mistake in delegated permission

also check the link below to cross check that u have done correctly

http://www.windowsecurity.com/articles/Implementing-Active-Directory-Delegation-Administration.html

Regards,
Prem


Regards,
Prem
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