For instructions on removing an organizational unit in Active
Directory Users and Computers, see the Windows 2000 Server
online product documentation.
To perform the task described in the preceding steps, you must
have one of the roles displayed when you click Who can perform
this task at the top of this page.
For more information about roles, see "Understanding roles and
privileges" in Related Topics. If you are not sure what your role
is, ask your Delegated Administration Console administrator.
You cannot delete an organization directly in Delegated
Administration Console. You can only delete a generic
organizational unit in Delegated Administration Console. You must
delete an organization by deleting its organizational unit in
Active Directory Users and Computers.
It is important to remove an organization's Exchange mailboxes,
Web sites, and FTP sites from within Delegated Administration
Console before deleting the organization's organizational unit.
This allows Resource
Manager to allocate their resources to another
If an organization contains another organization, you must
first delete the child
organization before you can delete the parent