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How to set user rights from the cmd. line in NT?

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HELP !!  I'm looking for a tool to set user rights like "logon as a service" or "debug programs" from the command line for a specific account. Forget the Reskit, there are only tools to add users or modify groups, but nothing to change their rights. I wanna call this thing from a batch job.
The NT User Mgr. isn't suitable in this situation.
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NT Reskit supplement 2 added a new program NTRIGHTS.EXE that can do exactly this. See http://mspress.microsoft.com/reslink/preview/toolbox/tools2/ntrights.htm for a full explanation and examples.
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