Using 6.01 Network Edition, it seems impossible to create domain administrators the way they were meant to be created. How can this have slipped through testing?
As a Global Admin, I create an firstname.lastname@example.org, mark it as administrator, add it to the domain admin distribution list, and save it. Then I logon as email@example.com to the :7071 administration environment, and nothing happens.
Why is this not at the top of the list of things to get fixed? It puts a major dent in usability for large installations where we don't want to manage all domains but instead let a given domain be handled by their administrator(s).
The *only* way I can get this working is:
1. Create an administrator using the Global Admin
2. Enable the checkbox [ ] Administrator
3. Add to distributionlist domain administrators
4. Select the user from the account list, click on Configure Grants
5. Add two grants:
Target type: domain
Target name: the domain you created the domain admin for
Right type: System Defined Right
Right name: domainAdminConsoleRights
Add and repeat, but put domainAdminAccountRights in the last step