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Local admin rights for a domain user on multiple computers

By neielk ·
I have a domain user (non-domain admin) that needs local admin rights on a group of computers. I thought there was a way to add the computers to a GPO and add the user to manage that group as a Local admin.

i am either totally wrong, or just dont remember how to do it

any help?

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RE: Local admin rights for a domain user on multiple computers

by martin.fiegel In reply to Local admin rights for a ...

You can add a Domain Group to the Local Administrator group by using a login script.

The following example is a example script:

net localgroup "Power Users" Powerusers /add
net localgroup Administrators LocalADM_ALL /add
net localgroup Administrators LocalADM_Computers /add

Net localgroup is the command after that you set the local group and after that you set the domaingroup. If the Local group contains spaces you MUST type the groupname between ".

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RE: Local admin rights for a domain user on multiple computers

by kdotkr In reply to RE: Local admin rights fo ...

dear martin,
you are right we can give the net localgroup command to add the domain group/user to local group. however if we make a bat file of this command and put in group policy or login script of a normal user so that he can add the the group to which he belongs to the local administrator then an error " access denied" is received..
pls give the solution for this ..

regds

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another domain's user cann't login to rtm IM

by anand6478 In reply to Local admin rights for a ...

i am not abl to log in one domain user to another domain
how can i solve this prob ?

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