Allowing student password changes for non-admin teacher
I have a small network running 2008 r2 with windows 7 clients. I have been asked to give one of the teachers the ability to change passwords for students and I'm wondering what is the best way to go about this.
I have already delegated control of the ou to his account, it is now just a matter of how he gains access to active directory users and computers to change the passwords.
Is it best to install rsat on his workstation and just create a shortcut or is it best to create a custom mmc?
As I don't normally deal with windows 7 and 2008 r2 I find UAC annoying because I keep forgetting about it. This user does not have any admin rights, is this going to cause me a problem? I can't find a definite answer on whether or not he has to be a local admin to run either mmc or any of the rsat tools.
I am going to visit the site for a couple of hours and I would like to have a clear idea of what needs to be done, I got caught out by UAC a few weeks ago and no matter how much I tried I couldn't get a simple standalone flash application to run on anything but an admin account.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance