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Child Domains vs. Organizaitonal Units

By wvfd_32 ·
Our organization is creating a preliminary design for Active Directory, and a question has come up. One of our remote administrators refuses to use and OU, and is requesting a Child domain. However, his users will have to remain in the Parent Domain. My question is, can an administrator of a child domain be granted administrative permissions to only a subset of users in the parent domain, without creating an OU in the parent domain?

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by Gicu Artistu' In reply to Child Domains vs. Organiz ...

That's a normal request when you still have NT machines and you want them to work properly. The old NT rules applies in this issue. Create a group, grant rights add users. I guess you got the picture. They still work in 2000.

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by wvfd_32 In reply to Child Domains vs. Organiz ...

I guess I should have stated that this administrator wants this as the final configuration for the 2000 AD design. In the final stage there will be no NT 4 servers. Also, the group configuration will not give him full administrative control overhis users.

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