Administrators are not getting full access on domain.

By benwal91 ·
I installed Windows Server 2008 on virtual pc and I am editing user polices for users that are in a domain. The process was going well, till something that I might have possibly set which I'm not sure if I did or not. Administrators can't do hardly anything when they login to a computer thats on the domain

What are some areas that I can adjust to grant full access back to Administrators?

NOTE: I was editing this in Group Policy Manager.

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User Account Control Step-by-Step Guide

by Peconet Tietokoneet In reply to Administrators are not ge ...
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RE: Thanks

by benwal91 In reply to User Account Control Step ...

Thanks, I think I got it now.
Another question I have is how can I set drive quotas on user drives?

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Hard Disk Drive Space Quota.....

by Peconet Tietokoneet In reply to RE: Thanks

Note:You must have administrator privileges to do the drive space quota(s).

* Open Computer from Windows Vista Start menu.
* Right-click the drive you want to configure disk quotas on (C: drive in this example) and then click Properties.
* Click the Quota tab.
* Click Show Quota Settings.
* Check off Enable quota management.
* Check off Deny disk space to users exceeding quota limit if you want to strictly enforce the limit. This is optional and not recommended because it can cause data loss and application failures.
* Select Limit disk space to and give it an amount. Don?t forget to change KB to GB.
* You also need to give Set warning level to a value just under the quota limit.
* If you want to be able to tell if people are approaching or exceeding their quotas check off the two log event settings.
* Click OK to enable disk quotas on that drive.

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