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overriding no access

can I, as a domain admin, view the contents of a PC, when a user (who was a local administrator) has taken the domain admin rights off a pc?
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jhanceCommented:
Isn't this a duplicate question?
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jhanceCommented:
Indeed it is...

http://www.experts-exchange.com/win2k/Q.20291542.html

You may want to delete this one and get your pts. back.
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jg733Author Commented:
jhance, answer me this and I'll let you have the points for this too.

If the domain admins account is removed, then how will the script be run? Does it run as a system account?

If you know the syntax off the top of your head, that would be helpful as well. 2K class was LAST february for me.
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jhanceCommented:
It depends.  But most often the logon script is run in the context of the user who is logging on.  Since this user is a local admin, doing what you want is not a problem.

Other variations of this involve services to do the work and run in the security context of the service.

I don't recall the syntax but I know there are examples of this stuff in the RESKIT.
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