- January 22, 2016 at 9:21 am #34197
I'm wanting to perform the following via powershell, that allows a user to exceed the 10 join max limit...What's the best route, get-acl, dsacl, adsi? I've got a lot of bits and pieces from reading around and seeing a few similar examples, but I just cant seem to get lined out straight enough to get it working. I followed this guys example, changing his example from user DN to OU DN but when i compare the ACL of a user I perform the steps on through the GUI vs the script, they dont match... any input or direction would be appreciated.
Users cannot join a computer to a domain more than ten times; follow these steps:
1.Locate and right-click the OU that you want to modify, and then click Delegate Control.
2.In the Delegation of Control Wizard, click Next.
3.Click Add to add a specific user or a specific group to the Selected users and groups list, and then click Next.
4.In the Tasks to Delegate page, click Create a custom task to delegate, and then click Next.
5.Click Only the following objects in the folder, and then from the list, click to select the Computer objects check box. Then, select the check boxes below the list, Create selected objects in this folder and Delete selected objects in this folder.
7.In the Permissions list, click to select the following check boxes: •Reset Password
•Read and write Account Restrictions
•Validated write to DNS host name
•Validated write to service principal name
8.Click Next, and then click Finish
If I run a dsacls on the OU that I set the permissions on through the gui, I get the following:
Allow domain\user SPECIAL ACCESS for Account restrictions – WRITE PROPERTY READ PROPERTY
Allow domain\user SPECIAL ACCESS for Validated write to services principal name – WRITE SELF
Allow domain\user SPECIAL ACCESS for Validated write to DNS host name – WRITE SELF
Allow domain\user Reset Password
I'm not sure how to duplicate these rights via dsacl or ps...January 22, 2016 at 1:00 pm #34207
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