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KB-1972: Getting Insufficient Rights error when adding users and groups into a zone

Centrify DirectControl ,  

12 April,16 at 11:47 AM

Applies to:

 

Centrify DirectControl Console 4.2.2 on Windows 2008

 

Problem:

 

We ran the Delegation Wizard to grant all the permissions and also tried manually adding the correct permissions according to the Deployment Guide for an AD group to add users and groups into the zone. But when an AD user who is member of the AD group tries to add a user/group to the zone - it results in "Insufficient Rights".

 

Cause:

 

This happens when the CreateOwner for ServiceConnectionPoint object is restricted all permissions from modifying the ObjectClass attribute on the scp.  Note, by default, CreateOwner has full permissions on the scp object.

 

Solution:

 

You need to add the CreateOwner with Full Control on the zone OU/CN.  Two ways to do this:

1. Edit the AD schema ServiceConnectionPoint and add CreateOwner with Full Control. Open Schema Mgmt mmc console, go to AD Schema, search for ServiceConnectionPoint, Security Tab, Advanced, click Add, Search for CREATE OWNER, and add with Full Control.

 

Or


2. Bring up adsiedit, go to Zone OU/Container, Security Tab, Advanced, Add, Search for CREATE OWNER and add Full Control.

 

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