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To delegate control of the group priority attribute    

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To delegate control of the group priority attribute



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To delegate control of the group priority attribute

 

CN=Group-Priority,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=tsged,DC=com

 

Assessment:

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<Suggestions for troubleshooting, data collection, etc>

 

1.  Open up ADSIEdit.msc.

2.  Right click on the domain name, and select Properties

3.  Click on the "Security" tab.

4.  Click the "Advanced" button.

5.  Click the "Add" button.

6.  Type in the user or group that needs the permissions to the groupPriority attribute.

7.  Click on the "Properties" tab.

8.  Change the Apply onto and select "User Objects"

9.  Check "Read groupPriority" and "Write groupPriority"

10.  Click OK.

11.  Click OK.

12.  Click OK.

 

One thing to note here. If the customer wants this service account to be able to modify the groupPriority attribute on users that belong to AdminSDHolder protected Groups he will need to do the same exact thing on the AdminSDHolder Object itself and add the Service account in there.

 

 

 



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