How to give Permissions on multiple Windows servers

I need to give "Allowed to Authenticate" permission on about 100 Windows servers in my domain.

Manually I can go to each server's Properties (in ADU&C) > Security... one by one.

To give this permission on multiple servers, I have tried to give permission on parent OU and also to a group (which has servers as members) but "Allowed to Authenticate" option is not there.

I there a way to give this permission on multiple servers in one go? Thanks.

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https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc816733%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
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Raheman M. AbdulSenior Infrastructure Support Analyst & Systems DeveloperCommented:
when you open active directory users and computers, under View tab select advanced features and then you follow the procedure. you can see it now

Are you member of Account Operators, Domain Admins, or Enterprise Admins or atleast you have Modify permission on the Computer Object?  Then it works
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AkulshAuthor Commented:
Raheman,

Did you read my question? I know how to do this on one computer, and I am a member of domain admins. I am asking how I may do this on multiple computers in one go? Thanks.
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AkulshAuthor Commented:
Rakesh,

Thanks for responding. That E-E link is a good find.

Beside talking about DSACLS tool, it says there - "I found that we can actually create an OU and adjust the the permission on the OU level. This way each time we drag a machine there, the proper permission will be automatically granted. "

I have not been able to give this permission at OU level. Do you know if it can be done somehow? Thanks.
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AkulshAuthor Commented:
The solution is not easy to implement.
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