Active Directory: delegation of permission


I need to grant an account in Active Directory domain to update userprincipalname. What permissions I need to delegate. I don’t see the attribute userprincipalname in delegation wizard.

When I am in the security tab for the OU, in advanced view, not sure which permissions I need to pick.

Looking forward to your assistance.
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On DC server, Delegated control use file named Delegwiz.inf under C:\windows\inf or system32 folder
rename this file to old and copy new file here and it should give you option to delegate control for UPN
below link will give you new file contents

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Right click the OU and go to properties - security -advanced. Add the permission. Simple, just like with folders - have it apply to objects as well through inheritance. Can be done to the domain head as well.

If you don't see "security", you will need to change the view settings of aduc.msc to show advanced settings, first. No wizard needed.
Parity123Author Commented:
What permissions to select was my question
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easy way is to use delegation file, it will directly provide you option which u looking for
file is provided by ms only and works perfectly

advanced permissions you need to dig down to user/user logon name and check if that works
If the granular permissions in the section I pointed to don't show it, then go with Mahesh's suggestion, for which I found confirmation in
Parity123Author Commented:
Good that Mahesh could help. Next time, please consider to give most/all points to the  expert that actually helped you :-)
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