Secondary computer delegation error: access denied.

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Hello everyone, I am having an issue regarding my database I am trying to migrate from sbs 2003 to sbs 2008 r2. I need to trust server 2 for delegation but I am getting this error.

The following active directory error occurred:Access is denied.

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Secondary computer delegation error: access denied.

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To resolve the issue that you are getting, you will need to use the following simple procedure:

  • First,  you will need to go to the domain controllers group policy.
  • After that you will need to open the Group Policy Tab and then do the following:
  • You will expand “Default Domain Controllers Policy, and then click Computer Configuration.
  • After that click on Windows Settings, and then Local Policies.
  • And then you will click on User Rights Assignment” and locate the “Enable computer and user accounts to be trusted for delegation”.
  • You will then open this Policy and then add the group or user who should have rights to add delegations:
  • After that, you can try again. This time round you should have no problems adding delegation to the user.

Regards,

Carl

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