How to Delegate Control for the Cipafilter Authentication User in Active Directory

How To - Delegate Control for the Authentication User in Active Directory

1. Log in to the AD server.

2. Click on Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Active Directory Users and Computers.

3. Right-click on the domain (listed at the top of the tree), then click on Delegate Control... 

4. Click on the Next button.



5. Click on the Add button.



6. Enter the LDAP Username of the account you wish to delegate control to in the textbox and click Check Names to verify the name. 
7. Click the OK button.



8. Click on the Next button.



9. Select Create a custom task to delegate and click Next.



10. Select Only the following objects in the folder and check the box next to User objects. 
11. Click on the Next button.



12. Under Show these permissions, place a checkmark next to General.
13. Under Permissions, place a checkmark next to Read.
14. Click on the Next button.



15. Click on the Finish button.



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