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Creating an account that can create, delete users but not have full Admin rights

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hi guys,

I have a user who we are trying to permit clean up our AD environment. We want this person to be able to create users, delete users etc.

How can I grant such an access without giving them full admin rights?

The server is Windows Server 2008 R2.

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