No, useraccountcontrol mainly holds the fields you see in the checkboxes of the account tab, such as logon with smardcard, must not change password a.s.o.
You can not delegate deletion of mailboxes in AD only, you also need to give rights in the exchange store as well. Gruesse - Sincerely, Ulf B. Simon-Weidner MVP-Book "Windows XP - Die Expertentipps": <http://tinyurl.com/44zcz> http://tinyurl.com/44zcz Weblog: <http://msmvps.org/UlfBSimonWeidner> http://msmvps.org/UlfBSimonWeidner Website: <http://www.windowsserverfaq.org> http://www.windowsserverfaq.org Profile: http://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile=35E388DE-4885-4308-B489-F2F1214C811 D _____ From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Douglas M. Long Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2005 4:09 PM To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org Subject: RE: [ActiveDir] Delegate disable/enable user accounts Man, read/write to useraccountcontrol seems to enable a user to delete a mailbox too. _____ From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Almeida Pinto, Jorge de Sent: Tuesday, December 06, 2005 8:44 AM To: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org Subject: RE: [ActiveDir] Delegate disable/enable user accounts read/write permission on the useraccountcontrol attribute of the user object. HOWEVER... the disabled/enabled status of a user object is represented by a bit/flag in the useraccountcontrol attribute and that same attribute consists of more bits/flags. So if you delegate read/write permission on the useraccountcontrol, you delegate control on all of the bits/flags represented in that useraccountcontrol attribute. It may not be what you want Cheers, Jorge _____ Van: [EMAIL PROTECTED] namens Douglas M. Long Verzonden: di 6-12-2005 14:19 Aan: ActiveDir@mail.activedir.org Onderwerp: [ActiveDir] Delegate disable/enable user accounts Does anyone know off the top of their head the permissions required for delegation of disabling and enabling user accounts, or have a link? Google is failing me...or rather me failing google This e-mail and any attachment is for authorised use by the intended recipient(s) only. It may contain proprietary material, confidential information and/or be subject to legal privilege. It should not be copied, disclosed to, retained or used by, any other party. If you are not an intended recipient then please promptly delete this e-mail and any attachment and all copies and inform the sender. Thank you.