AD User rights restricted to a particular object

Hi, we have a job that effectivley does some gal syncing (all power shell) over air gap

It runs under a particular user, I would like for this user to have as fewer rights as needed. But been so long that I have done any administration.

How / where can I alter rights so for example it can only deal with.  Address list, all users/London
All users/ leeds.

Powershell makes use of ad and exchange cmdlets.

Windows 2003.  Ps1.  Exchange 2007 sp 2
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PietMuisCommented:
You can restrict/allow what a user can or see/query within AD by using the Delegation Wizard. You can access the Delegation Wizard easily by right-clicking on an OU, and the selecting Delegation Control. You als may want to take a look at these articles:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/235531
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc773317(WS.10).aspx
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