How do I view delegated permissions for a user or group in Active Directory

Posted on 2014-08-12
Last Modified: 2014-08-18
How can I view what delegated permissions are assigned to an individual or a group in Active Directory?

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Question by:trinity2007
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    Accepted Solution

    There are a lot of different solutions for this:
    you can enable advanced features on active directory users and computers and view the permissions tab.

    More info on other options at :

    Author Comment

    Thank you, I will review the link.

    Author Comment

    Is there a way I can assign a user to modify user properties under the General Tab and Telephones Tab on user accounts?  We would like to assign our VOIP admin the ability to modify the phone fields on these tabs for new user or existing user accounts.

    Thank you,
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    Expert Comment

    Here is a great step by step on user rights delegation:

    This is very easily possible through the wizard the link above will walk you through.

    Author Comment

    Perfect, thank you.

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