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User Control FOR Active Directory/Group Policy?

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We have multiple IT admins hoping to work on the same active directory structure/group policy. Our servers are in a central location, but the facilities are separated geographically.

Is there a way we can separate it so IT admins from another facility cannot edit the settings for other places?

We have a newer facility, and want them to control only their objects and structure for only their items when they remote in.

So basically is there some type of "right" system within itself for active directory/group policy?
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Can you please explain more, like you want to overwrite the olicy or you want to  manage the  OU with a local administration.

Please specify bit clear.

Thanks
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Exactly what I needed thanks!

Specifically step 5:

5. Delegate control of the OU—Start Active Directory Users and Computers. Right-click the desired OU and select Delegate Control. Add the group you created in step 4, and grant the group the appropriate rights for the OU.
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