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Managing a Windows Server 2008 domain

April 8, 2016 at 04:58:13
Specs: Windows Server 2008
Hello, I need to configure a domain that has installed on Windows Server 2008 for certain user is Administrator to run and change things from the disk C, but in turn you can not copy the contents of the disk C via remote desktop or by a shared drive in order to ensure business information.
That is, there would be a domain administrator user can have control over all other users, whether directors or not.
It is possible to do this? How could he do?
Thank you so much.

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April 8, 2016 at 09:44:44
You do understand that entire books have been written about even specific aspects of managing a Server 2008 domain?

Your question seems rather broad in nature with much to be considered. If there is no one in your organization with the knowledge to do this it would be best to obtain the services of a professional who does. This is too important to trust to a forum whose members who do not understand the details of your situation. There are many way to go wrong with serious consequences for your business.

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April 8, 2016 at 12:07:50
Is only 4 machines and server, of which no person have no knowledge domain, but about the configuration from the gpedit when connecting to remote desktop client drives not connect and to block the clipboard. This is the current configuration we have in the company.
We need exists an Administrator user who can do everything, copy, modify, etc. and other users can only view and modify the files.
It's possible ?

Thank you very much.

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April 8, 2016 at 14:34:01
You are describing a default setup with a Domain Administrator. But if you don't know how to configure Windows Server you should hire someone who does, or else send the administrator on a course to learn how to do it. This is really too important to rely on anonymous advice from people who cannot be held responsible for any problems.

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