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Local user admin rights

Local user admin rights

Local user admin rights

(OP)
We have a few thousand workstations we need to put into Active Directory.  

Do you know of any tools to help manage & automate provisioning certain user accounts to be admin's of their local box?
 

RE: Local user admin rights

Group Policy will do all that you need.

RE: Local user admin rights

(OP)
Sorry, I guess I didnt explain correctly.

We want a method to automate certain user accounts to be admin's of their own local box.

I am not looking to give a group of users admin access across all boxes, which GPO's obviously can handle the task.

RE: Local user admin rights

Sorry to ask this silly question as I am new member of Tek-Tips would u be able to tell me how to start a new thread.

RE: Local user admin rights

Top of the thread you will see a box that says 'Start a new thread', it's the third box along.

Simon

The real world is not about exam scores, it's about ability.

 

RE: Local user admin rights

Or if you're looking at the table of threads scroll to the bottom of the page and just enter it there.

Simon

The real world is not about exam scores, it's about ability.

 

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