Simply put: AD Administration lets SharePoint Administrators delegate other managers or SharePoint users who do not have enough administrator access the right amount of permission to create, edit, rename, and/or delete Organizational Units (OU) and Active Directory (AD) properties, as well as reset passwords, create and manage user groups, and edit AD profiles from within a predefined OU.
Why was this made?
Because most administrative responsibilities go through the Admin, it is quite impossible for the Admin to take care of other priority concerns in his office when all administrative concerns go through him.
To make the Admin’s workload easier, the Admin can now delegate specific users limited admin permissions and user management capabilities to certain employees. This means it also reduces IT workload, because most maintenance request are also set by the IT.
For more information, technical features, pricing and information, check out SharePoint AD Administration.
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