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Deligation rights in Active directory

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Deligation rights in Active directory

imransalamat
I have a problem i am network Administrator in a company and i want to deligate rights to network engineers so they only add Workstations on domain and install softwares and drivers on client computers just.please help me how i complete this task through active directory and Group policy.
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    retro77

    Right click on the OU that you want to give them rights to, choose the delegate option. A wizard will walk you through it. If your brave, you can also right click on the OU in question, select properties, then go to the security tab. Go to advanced to see what you are looking for.

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    scott_heath

    I love Google, yes I do,
    I love Google, and so should you!

    If you want to join computers tonight,
    Then go visit this site: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/251335

    If only I was good at haiku.

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    ManiacMan

    info on google or some other search engine? Also, wouldn't an admin already know how to delegate control in AD? How are these clowns getting their jobs?

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    scott_heath

    I wasn't trying to be mean, just funny.

    I do see your point. I have no college degree, but I am Microsoft Certified and have been Novell Certified in the past. I have a hard time getting interviews I am sure because of my lack of college education, but I have always been offered the job once they meet me.

    My current boss said one of the things that impressed him the most was my admission that I was sure to be stumped on problems because I don't know or remember everything, but I know how to find answers and I will get them.

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    CG IT

    Got it all to rhyme.

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    ManiacMan

    There was once a clueless network admin

    Whose skills and intelligence was seriously lacking

    He decided to be wise, so he came onto TR asking about password cracking

    He was met with resistance and scold by all members

    But one is for sure...this is a site of IT professionals he's soon to remember

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    retro77

    Right click on the OU that you want to give them rights to, choose the delegate option. A wizard will walk you through it. If your brave, you can also right click on the OU in question, select properties, then go to the security tab. Go to advanced to see what you are looking for.

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    scott_heath

    I love Google, yes I do,
    I love Google, and so should you!

    If you want to join computers tonight,
    Then go visit this site: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/251335

    If only I was good at haiku.

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    ManiacMan

    info on google or some other search engine? Also, wouldn't an admin already know how to delegate control in AD? How are these clowns getting their jobs?

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    scott_heath

    I wasn't trying to be mean, just funny.

    I do see your point. I have no college degree, but I am Microsoft Certified and have been Novell Certified in the past. I have a hard time getting interviews I am sure because of my lack of college education, but I have always been offered the job once they meet me.

    My current boss said one of the things that impressed him the most was my admission that I was sure to be stumped on problems because I don't know or remember everything, but I know how to find answers and I will get them.

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    CG IT

    Got it all to rhyme.

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    ManiacMan

    There was once a clueless network admin

    Whose skills and intelligence was seriously lacking

    He decided to be wise, so he came onto TR asking about password cracking

    He was met with resistance and scold by all members

    But one is for sure...this is a site of IT professionals he's soon to remember