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  1. Hello, I am looking for a bit of help with admin delegation in SCCM 2012 r2. I think I've got a good amount of the delegation done but I'm really looking for a how-to or a reference article that could better explain what components should be delegated. What I am trying to achieve: We are offering SCCM as a service to other administrators in our forest. Administrators will be granted full access to administrate workstations and servers that reside in there specific OU in Active Directory. This means create collections, import computers, deploy software, OSD, install clients, reporting, inventory.. etc. Basically anything an administrator would need to manage computers and servers. Stuff like site integration and boundary groups etc, will be done by the service sysadmins. What I've done so far: I've used RBAviewer to create two new rolls: OU Read Only Admin, OU Admins Specific Scope Imported all computers in each of the OU's to ORG collections (ORG - OU Systems), and assigned admin users and scoped them to the ORG collections. Created security scopes for each OU and associated users to those scopes. This all seems to be working well so far, but I know I am missing a few things for example client settings. Another thing I am trying to figure out is how I can scope 'Import Computer Information' so that when someone imports information it will actually go to their OU. Right now, even if I select a specific collection the computer information always ends up in All Systems and/or Devices. I know I can't be the first one setting this up. If anyone has a good write-up or a list of permissions that one would typically delegate in this situation that would be great! As always, if I left anything out let me know and I can provide more information. Thank you.
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