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Chapter 6.3. Group Policies > Delegating Administration of Group Policies

Delegating Administration of Group Policies

As with Organizational Units, you can delegate control of the Group Policies within your enterprise. Access Control List entries allow for link only or modify only. This is particularly useful if you wish to lock down the creation of unauthorized Group Policy objects and centralize that creation. This is a healthy tack to take; in doing so, you eliminate the chance that an unauthorized setting or action is allowed on the workstation or server desktop. Due to the one-to-many implementation of GPOs, a central architectural team can be put in charge of a common set of policies that all individuals with delegated rights to sections of the directory would have the ability to link with. They would select the GPOs that fit their particular needs and link them to containers that they have delegated authority to, but would not be able to author their own or modify those that already exist.


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