Delegation of Control Wizard
Delegation of Control Wizard is used to set specific
permissions on Active Directory objects, allowing specific
users or groups to gain the appropriate delegated control over
the required objects.
the Delegation of Control Wizard and deploying a specific
organizational unit hierarchy, as well as properly planning
user groups and appropriate permissions, you can designate
administrative control to a user or a particular group of
users so that they have the required level of administration
to perform their job function.
define the detail of the required administration by
adjusting the properties on a given Active Directory object,
usually an Organizational Unit, creating, deleting and/or
moving objects of a specific type under those organizational
units that require administrative control, and adjusting
specific properties on objects of a specific type, such as
allowing the delegate to reset a password or create child
start the Delegation of Control Wizard from within Active
Directory Users and Computers by first right clicking on the
organizational unit you want to allow delegate control and
then choosing Delegate Control to launch the Delegation of Control
Wizard from the pop up menu. Click Next to bypass the
Welcome page. You will next see the Users Or Groups page.
to open the Select Users, Computers, Or Groups dialog box.
users or groups to which you want to delegate control, and
select Next to open the Users and Groups page, where you
select a group to which you want to assign permissions.
From here you click Next to assign tasks to delegate from the standard list.
Create, delete, and manage user accounts common task
the permission to create, delete, and modify user accounts
and the attributes of all user accounts in the selected
Reset passwords on a user account common task assigns
the permission to change the passwords of all user accounts
in the selected Organizational Unit.
all user information common task assigns the
the permission to read all the attributes of the objects in the selected Organizational
Create, delete, and manage groups common task assigns
the permission to edit, create, or delete, group accounts
and attributes of all group accounts in the selected
Modify the membership of a group common task assigns the
permission to change the members of groups in the selected
Manage Group Policy links common task
assigns the delegate(s)
the permission to edit, add or delete Group Policy links
for the selected Organizational Unit.
delegate a common task or tasks, you can end the wizard by
clicking Next to display the “Completing the Delegation of
Control Wizard” screen.
FROM THE FIELD] – You can also elect to Create a
custom task to delegate from the Tasks to Delegate
screen by selecting the radio button with the same name and
choosing Next instead of choosing one of the Common Tasks.
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of Learn Active Directory Design and Administration in 15
Minutes a Week covering the Windows 2000 Active Directory
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