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Useful when you have local administrators within departments or at branch offices and you want those individuals to be able to manage all objects in the OU. Among other things, this allows local administrators to create and manage accounts in the OU. Useful when you have local administrators who should only be able to manage specific types of objects in an OU. For example, you might want local administrators to be able to manage users and groups but not to be able to manage computer accounts. Useful when you want to allow an individual to be able only to manage specific types of objects in a domain. Rather than adding the user as a member of the Administrators group, you grant the user full control over specific objects. For example, you might allow the user to manage user and group accounts in the domain but not to perform other administrative tasks. Useful when you want to allow an individual to perform a specific task. For example, you might want to allow a department manager to read information related to user accounts in Active Directory Users And Computers or you might want to allow help desk staff to be able to reset user passwords.
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Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out When you delegate permissions, it is important to remember how inheritance works in Active Directory. As you may recall from previous discussions of permissions, lower-level objects inherit permissions from top-level objects. In a domain, the top-level object is the domain object itself. This has the following results:
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Any user designated as an administrator for a domain automatically has full control
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If you grant permissions at the domain level, the user will have those permissions for
all OUs in the domain as well.
If you grant permissions in a top-level OU, the user will have those permissions for all
OUs that are created within the top-level OU.
Delegating Administration
To delegate administration of a domain or OU, follow these steps:
1 Start Active Directory Users And Computers. Click Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, and Active Directory Users And Computers. 2 Right-click the domain or OU for which you want to delegate administration, and then select Delegate Control. When the Delegation Of Control Wizard starts, click Next. 3 On the Users Or Groups page shown in Figure 36-14, click Add to display the Select Users, Computers, Or Groups dialog box.
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Figure 36-14. Select the users and groups for which you want to delegate control.
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4 The default location is the current domain. Click Locations to see a list of the available domains and other resources that you can access. Because of the transitive trusts in
Part 7: Managing Active Directory and Security
Implementing Active Directory Windows Server 2003, you can usually access all the domains in the domain tree or forest.
5 Type the name of a user or group account in the selected or default domain, and then click Check Names. The options available depend on the number of matches found as follows: When a single match is found, the dialog box is automatically updated as appropriate and the entry is underlined. When no matches are found, you ve either entered an incorrect name part or you re working with an incorrect location. Modify the name and try again or click Locations to select a new location. If multiple matches are found, select the name(s) you want to use, and then click OK. 6 To add additional users or groups, type a semicolon (;), and then repeat this process. 7 When you click OK, the users and groups are added to the Selected Users And Groups list in the Delegation Of Control Wizard. Click Next to continue. 8 On the Tasks To Delegate page, select the tasks you want to delegate. As shown in Figure 36-15, a list of common tasks is provided.
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Figure 36-15. Select the tasks to delegate or choose to create a custom task.
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9 If you want to delegate any of these common tasks, select the tasks. Afterward, click Next, and then click Finish. Skip the remaining steps. 10 If you want to create a custom task to delegate, choose Create A Custom Task To Delegate, and then click Next. On the Active Directory Object Type page, shown in Figure 36-16, you can now choose to delegate management of all objects in the container or limit the delegation to specific types of objects.
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