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Move Computer from Computers OU to another OU - Access Denied

Posted on 2013-10-31
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Hi all.

I receive Access Denied when attempting to move just this machine.  I am a member of Domain Admins, Enterprise Admins, etc.
Other machines I can move just fine.

Advice, where to look?
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Joseph Moody earned 300 total points
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Make sure that the computer doesn't have protection against accidental deletion enabled on it.

http://deployhappiness.com/prevent-accidental-deletion/
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by:IDMA
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Ouch!  And it's not Friday yet...

Thanks!
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Not a problem! Being a domain administrator, you get used to never being questioned by anything. It kind of throws us for a loop when a tool doesn't do what we say.
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