Junior Administrators - Delegation

Hello All,

I am looking to lock down some more junior administrators on site.  I am pretty familiar with the Delegation wizard and was looking to use this for the more basic tasks - Ultimately in some cases I want to remove the Domain Administrator rights.  

I am looking to achieve the following and would appreciate the experts view on this:

Admin needs to be able to add remove users etc - Delegation Wizard any need to create custom task pads?
Admin needs to be able to install drivers locally / remotely using RDP - Restricted Groups?
Admin should NOT be able to create or link group policies.
Admin should be allowed to add and manage print servers / file shares
Admin will need to be able to create administer mail boxes in Exchange 2010

I was looking to create a new Security Group Junior Admins - add that into restricted groups (adding rather than replacing) to provide local admin rights over the computers / servers within OU's specified.  


Does anyone solutions to the other aspects above?
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
depends on what you trying to achieve.
you must remove domain admin rights to achieve this.

Admin needs to be able to add remove users etc -
add account operator security group.

Admin needs to be able to install drivers locally / remotely using RDP
assign the security group junior admin to local admin rights to the workstation or server. (push it out via group policy preference)


Admin should NOT be able to create or link group policies.
only domain admin have that rights.


Admin should be allowed to add and manage print servers / file shares
assign local admin rights to the workstation or server (except DC). (push it out via group policy preference, default domain policy will be fine)

Admin will need to be able to create administer mail boxes in Exchange 2010
add to Recipient Management security group


Note: this is one of the ways and not only way.
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BYRONJACKSONAuthor Commented:
All good thank you so much
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