For Web_server_name, substitute the fully qualified
domain name of the Web server running Delegated Administration
Console; for example:
For Web_console_virtual_directory, substitute the virtual
directory specified for Delegated Administration Console,
webadmin by default. If you are unsure of the URL to use,
ask your system administrator.
In the log on dialog box, in User Name, type your user
name as follows:
If you are not logging on as domain administrator, provide your
Delegated Administration Console user name in the following form:
user_name@domain_name. If your domain name has an extension,
such as .com, you should include the extension.
To log on as domain administrator, use the same credentials
that you use to log on to the network directly, in the following
In Password, type your Delegated Administration Console
password or domain administrator password, as appropriate, and then
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.
The domain administrator must be the first user to log on to
Delegated Administration Console following installation and must
complete the Setup Wizard, as described in "Configure Delegated
Administration Console using the Setup Wizard" in the installation
documentation located in the root folder on the Microsoft
Provisioning System product CD. For a single computer
configuration, see install_single.htm. For a multi-computer
configuration, see install_multi.htm.
In order to log on and use Delegated Administration Console,
users other than the domain administrator must have a user account
configured in Delegated Administration Console. For instructions,
see "Assign roles" in Related Topics.
When a user logs on, Delegated Administration Console displays
links to the administration options for which the user has
privileges. For more information, see "Understanding Delegated
Administration Console user interface" in Related Topics.