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Permissions on msIIS-FTPDir and msIIS-FTPRoot AD user attributes [message #399493] Thu, 25 February 2010 00:45 Go to next message
Drazen  is currently offline Drazen  Croatia
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Registered: June 2009
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We have to give the permission to read/write msIIS-FTPDir and msIIS-
FTPRoot AD user attributes for all users under an OU (or to all users
belonging in a security group) to a particular AD user. How can this
be accomplished?
I must point that Delegation wizard does not help. The properties I
mentioned are not exposed and therefore cannot be given permissions
onto.

Regards,
Drazen
Re: Permissions on msIIS-FTPDir and msIIS-FTPRoot AD user attributes [message #401827 is a reply to message #399493] Sun, 28 February 2010 08:58 Go to previous message
Drazen  is currently offline Drazen  Croatia
Messages: 13
Registered: June 2009
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On Feb 25, 8:45 am, Drazen <delfince...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We have to give the permission to read/write msIIS-FTPDir and msIIS-
> FTPRoot AD user attributes for all users under an OU (or to all users
> belonging in a security group) to a particular AD user. How can this
> be accomplished?
> I must point that Delegation wizard does not help. The properties I
> mentioned are not exposed and therefore cannot be given permissions
> onto.
>
> Regards,
> Drazen


Problem solved. On "Tasks to delegate" choose "Create a custom task to
delegate". Then on "Active Directory object type" choose "Only the
following objects in the folder" and then "User objects" in the list.
That is the step I've missed. Found this by coincidence, no thanks to
Microsofts documentation. Then on "Permissions" choose "Property
specific" and the attributes are in the list.

Regards,
Drazen
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