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AD delegated rights unable to move computer

Posted on 2014-07-24
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I am trying to delegate rights to our Helpdesk staff and contract vendors.  I am unable to to figure out how to give them rights to move computer accounts between OUs.  I have followed this procedure: MS KB 818091.  

I am running:  DCs on W2k8r2, and client is running W7

I am at a complete loss...any ideas?
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basically give them (a group or individual user) "delete computer object" rights on the source OU and grant them "create computer object" rights on the destination OU.

on 2008 server or above, you can actually run delegation wizard without manually setup the permission.

example
http://kpytko.pl/2012/05/16/active-directory-rights-delegation-overview/

btw, the kb that you posted is for 2000 servers.
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