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ChrisMtl

GPO restrict user access to mmc snap-ins

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Hello everyone, could somebody help me with this issue that i have for school please ?

Windows Server 2012

Client : Windows 10 Enterprise

 

The request sais "the OU delegated admins must have access to the following snap-ins consoles :

1.AD UC

2.Group Policy Management

3.Group Policy Management Editor

4.Administrative Templates (Users)

5.Administrative Templates (Computers)

So i installed the RSAT tools on the client workstation, set the 2 GPO on the server :

User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Microsoft Management Console\Restrict user access to explicitly permited list of snap-ins

and

User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Microsoft Management Console\Restricted/Permited snap-ins

 

then set the permissions, and now, the delegated local admin can add the first three snap-ins in his local console, can create users, groups, he can create and link GPO's, but noway nohow I cannot add the last two snaps in the console (Administrative Templates Users/Computers)...

What am i doing wrong ? Any suggestions are welcomed...

Thank you !

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