Chapter 9. Active Directory Delegation

Active Directory delegation is a powerful solution to the old-world style of Windows NT domains, where you had to create multiple domains to create separate control over users, groups, and computers. By implementing delegation within a single Active Directory domain, you don't need multiple domains, you can save money by reducing the number of domain controllers, managing the enterprise is easier with a single domain, and so on.

This feature of Active Directory is so compelling that many companies and enterprises have moved to Active Directory to take full advantage of the benefits that Active Directory delegation provides. One of the most compelling benefits of using delegation is the ability to grant one ...

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