Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Using organizational units to delegate Active Directory management tasks, part of Windows Server 2012: Install, Configure, and Administer Active Directory.
- One of the reasons we create organizational units…is so that we can delegate authority to a certain individual…to control that organizational unit without giving them…administrative access to the entire domain.…The way we can delegate control…of an organizational unit is by using…the Active Directory Users and Computers tool.…So lets come up here to the Tools menu option, and then…come down here to active directory users and computers,…and open up the tool.…Now we come over here and we click on our domain,…once we can see all the objects in our domain,…we can right click on the organizational unit…we want to delegate authority to.…
So lets right click on that,…and choose the Delegate Control option.…This brings up the Delegation of Control Wizard…for that object, or that organizational unit.…Click Next.…Once we click next, the first thing we have to do…is select a user we want to give…control of that organizational unit to,…so lets click Add and choose a user.…In this case, lets choose User 2,…so we can type User 2, and then we want to go ahead…
- Recall how to remove a domain controller from a domain.
- Explain how to create users.
- Describe what’s needed to access a domain.
- Cite the role of the administrator.
- Identify the reasons for registering a domain controller.
Skill Level Beginner
1. Installing Domain Servers
2. Creating and Managing Users and Computers in Active Directory
3. Creating and Managing Groups and Organizational Units in Active Directory
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