I want to create domain user which is admin of local compute

January 18, 2012 at 22:40:06
Specs: Windows 7
I want to create domain user which is administrator of local computer but the thing is that i m not go to local computer and add the user becousethe user is more. . i want to create Domain user from server side which is the administrator of local computer if is it possible .please help me!!!!!!

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#1
January 20, 2012 at 09:49:21
A domain administrator by default is the administrator of the computer on a domain, they will have all functions to the machine you would have if you were just the normal admin.

Create an account in Active Directory and give it full admin privileges (power user is not enough, make it a full admin). From there, if you log into any local computer that's on your domain, you will have what you need.

Hope this helps!

Jonas "Jackal" Lear
http://www.sbccrew.com
Serving the South Bay Since 1999


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#2
January 20, 2012 at 21:46:39
If i give you the full domai cintrol then he can change in server computer also
but i want to create user which have full administrator control but not any change in domain

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#3
January 26, 2012 at 13:09:50
Hey pal, sorry it took so long!

In that case you won't be able to log into the domain through the computer, you will have to log on locally to the computer using any local Admin account. And when your done that way, change the log into destination back to the domain.

As of right now, that's the only way I know how to do it. If you set any permissions up for a user in AD, they will have access to change domain settings.

So this is the only way I know how to go for now.

Jonas "Jackal" Lear
http://www.sbccrew.com
Serving the South Bay Since 1999


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#4
February 9, 2012 at 12:31:00
From what I understand, you want a domain account to have admin access to all local computers, but no admin access to the domain itself?

If so, wouldn't you just create a Group at the domain level, place your user into that group. Then assign that Group to the Administrator group on the Local Computer.

I believe this is what Jonas is also saying, so I'm giving him a point.


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