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Delegation of control wizard create ou 2003

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I am trying to locate the option for delegating permissions to create an OU on 2003 server.
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Right click required OU OR domain root container (domain.com) and select delegate control
Select user \ group to whom you wanted to delegate permissions
Then select custom task
In custom task, select "only the following object in the folder" and select Organization unit from list and from bottom select create selected objects and delete selected objects
Then select full control permissions on next page

Same way you can add more permissions if wanted to

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