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I've got a W2K Prof. workstation and a W2K Adv. Server setup as a domain controller. The workstation has two accounts on  it: Administrator (local) and User.DOMAIN. How do I give this domain user administrative access on the workstation?
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Open the Start Menu>Control Panel and double click "Users and Passwords".

Choose the "Advanced" tab and click the "Advanced" button.

Click on "Groups" and then double click on "Administrators" in the right-hand pane.

Click the "Add" button and then choose your Domain name in the "Look in" box. Choose the DomainName\UserName that you want to add to the local administrators group from the list.

That's it.....
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Very nice..
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