Minimal permissions to edit value of selected DNS-record?

Minimal permissions to edit value of selected DNS-record?

Post by Ilya Evsee » Wed, 18 May 2005 22:17:10

There is an alias is DNS-zone that points to one from a lot of servers.
Some people should have permissions to edit his value.

In the alias "Properties" window on "Security" tab
I've added these people (as members of "AliasNameOwners" group)
with read/write permissions, but when any member of this group
tries to push "Apply" button in alias properties,
"Access denied" errorbox is arrived.

Even "full control" access level doesn't help - the only effect is that
windows no more displays "You have read-only access to this tab" box
when user switches to "Security" tab.

What should I do to allowing editing of DNS-alias
by members of given group?

WBR, Ilya

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