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Delegate Permissions for Generating Group Policy Modeling Data

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012

To delegate permissions for generating Group Policy Modeling data

  1. In the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) console tree, click the domain or organizational unit (OU) for which you want to delegate Group Policy Modeling permissions.

  2. In the results pane, click the Delegation tab.

  3. In the Permission box, select Perform Group Policy Modeling analyses to add a new group or user to the permissions list .

  4. On the Delegation tab, click Add .

  5. In the Select User, Computer, or Group dialog box, click Object Types , select the types of objects to which you want to delegate permissions for the domain, site, or OU, and then click OK .

  6. Click Locations , select either Entire Directory or the domain or OU containing the object to which you want to delegate permissions, and then click OK .

  7. In the Enter the object name to select box, find the name of the object to which you want to delegate permissions by doing one of the following:

    • If you know the name, type it, and then click OK again.

    • To search for the name, click Advanced , enter the search criteria, click Find Now , select the name in the drop-down list, click OK , and then click OK .

  8. In the Add Group or User dialog box, in the Permissions drop-down list, select the level to which you want permissions to apply for this group or user, and then click OK .

Additional considerations

  • To delegate permissions to perform Group Policy Modeling analyses for objects in a domain or organizational unit, you must have Modify Permissions on that domain or organizational unit. By default, only domain administrators and enterprise administrators have this permission.

  • You cannot delegate permission to perform Group Policy Modeling analyses for sites.

  • You can also use the Delegation tab to change or remove permissions for a group or user for Group Policy Modeling data.

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