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Creating view problem

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Anonymous
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February 9, 2005 9:37:01 AM

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Hello,
I'm trying to create a view for a user. I've changed the security of
the group so that the user can only add remove other users.
When I create the view on my computer and send it to the user, he can't
open it he gets a clsid error.
So I login to his computer install adminpak.msi open active directory
users and computers and I create a new view from the ou that contains
the group. I close the active directory users and computers view (which
is behind). I change the console's options from author mode to user
mode. Then I save it with a new name.
When the user opens it. Everything seems ok. But when he enables the
advanced features, he gets all the active directory users and computers
view. What can I do to create a safe view of an OU?
Thank you
Erman ulusoy

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Anonymous
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February 9, 2005 9:47:10 AM

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Sorry about my explanation.
I'm trying to create a new window in microsoft management console (mmc)
thank you
erman ulusoy
Anonymous
a b 8 Security
February 9, 2005 10:12:54 PM

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One thing to check is that you select the single window user view. ---
Steve


<ermanu@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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> Hello,
> I'm trying to create a view for a user. I've changed the security of
> the group so that the user can only add remove other users.
> When I create the view on my computer and send it to the user, he can't
> open it he gets a clsid error.
> So I login to his computer install adminpak.msi open active directory
> users and computers and I create a new view from the ou that contains
> the group. I close the active directory users and computers view (which
> is behind). I change the console's options from author mode to user
> mode. Then I save it with a new name.
> When the user opens it. Everything seems ok. But when he enables the
> advanced features, he gets all the active directory users and computers
> view. What can I do to create a safe view of an OU?
> Thank you
> Erman ulusoy
>
!