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Posted on 2011-09-16
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Hello,

      My company has 5 location in different Cities, the main Domain controller is running in Mumbai location and rest of the locations have ADC. I had made Organizational Unit Location wise.
 I want to give administrator permissions Organizational Unit wise, i want that my one location user does not have permission to access the Organizational Unit of another location.  

So please tell me how to do this things.

Thanks
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by:Andrew Cliff
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Sounds like you want to delegate OU admin access... http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc960527.aspx
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by:techgyan
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Thanks sir for your valuable reply.
I have followed your instruction and I had given delegate permission to one of location user, this user has no administrator rights yet and this user don't access Active directory Users and computers.

Kindly give me the solution for the same.
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What is the error message he gets while accessing.....
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It do not show any error message, whenever i login through test user ( Test User has Delegate Access)  and click on Active Directory Users and Computer then they will ask for password authentication and when i enter the test user's password, it will not accept it.
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