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  • Easy question: anyone know how to give a user admin access to the IIS on a dc?

    ... so he can administer it from his mmc on the XP client?

    Please help me, I'm lost

    /Sebastian

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    Re: Easy question: anyone know how to give a user admin access to the IIS on a dc?

    You should be able to delegate control to a user, not 100% sure on the procedure though!

    I'm guessing you do it from the IISADM snap-in, worth googling "IIS delegation" or something like that.

    Let me know if you find a procedure mate, might be useful to other people!

    Cheers

    Dean
    Last edited by DeanPorter; 30th March 2006, 15:41. Reason: Typo

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      Re: Easy question: anyone know how to give a user admin access to the IIS on a dc?

      Originally posted by DeanPorter
      You should be able to delegate control to a user, not 100% sure on the procedure though!...
      Short answer. Delegation would be nice but it's not possible. This is supposed to be a new feature of IIS 7. Sorry.

      You can however make someone a Website Operation but they are limited in what they can do. Read this for more information.

      http://support.microsoft.com/default...B;EN-US;298969
      Last edited by ahinson; 30th March 2006, 16:53. Reason: Added link.
      Andrew

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        Re: Easy question: anyone know how to give a user admin access to the IIS on a dc?

        OK,,,, so this wasn't an easy question afterall.
        Thanx for all your help.
        Then the solution is;
        Don't let a user administer an IIS on a DC.
        and:
        Run the IIS site in mind on a stand-alone server where the user
        will be an admin.
        Then we all just sit and w8 for the Longhorn Server's IIS.

        Best Regards, Sebastian

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