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Allowing rights to edit Group Policy Objects

Site expert Wes Noonan explains how you can allow a security admininistrator rights to edit Group Policy Objects without being a domain administrator.

How can I allow a security administrator rights to edit GPOs without being a domain administrator?
This can be done through the use of the Group Policy Delegation Wizard. Microsoft has an excellent KB article for this process, Q221577.
This was last published in September 2005

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