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CRM 2011 Problem Importing an Organization

Posted on 2016-09-19
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I am receiving an error when importing an organization:  
The current user does not have required permissions (read/write) for the following Active Directory group: CN=ReportingGroup {13cb4307-aa8c-4843-9964-96e9ac4e33bb},OU=PSDev,OU=crm,OU=cob01,DC=ad56,DC=cob,DC=csc,DC=com[/code]

I have tried different users and attempted to grant permissions within SQL Server to an AD Group using Management Studio based on the link below;
http://dba.stackexchange.com/questions/2572/how-do-i-assign-an-entire-active-directory-group-security-access-in-sql-server-2

When I run the import the error I get appears as:

Screen shot of error
Thanks, let me know if you need more details.
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Feridun Kadir earned 2000 total points
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The error suggests that you are not a Domain Admin.  The permission required is not in SQL but instead in Active Directory. The import program wants to update the membership of a group in Active Directory and is reporting that the currently logged in user does not have the required permission.
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Thanks, so where do I go to make a user a Domain Admin?  If I find a user that can access the AD tools, then can I assume that user is a Domain Admin.
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You need to discuss that with whoever manages user accounts on your domain or is that you?
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The solution was to be a Domain Admin, I located a server where I had AD rights and made a user into a Domain Admin.  I was then able to import the org successfully.  Thanks
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