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I am wanting to give a user the right to modify the description field for each PC in AD. Is there a way to do this without giving them full control to the objects?
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Yes you can do this using the "delegate control" wizard in active directory users and computers.
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Mike Kline earned 500 total points
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When you use the delegation control wizard you will select "create a custom task".  Select computer objects then just give them rights to properties they need.  See screenshot below

delegation

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Mike
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