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Active Directory 2008, determine existing delegations

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Environ: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain.  We delegated an employee some rights in AD.  Now, we need to see what delegations exist.  How do I see this?  How do I determine what delegations exist?

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need it for server 08
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I'd expect the tool to work just fine w/2008 server.  Have you tested it?
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Yep, will work on 2008 too
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