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Having problem create and assign a mandatory user file

Posted on 2004-04-14
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Hi all,
         I am having problem to create and assign a mandatory profile  in a windows 2000 domain, all workstation running windows xp system. I got some link from my previous post of similiar question answered by FT, http://www.jsiinc.com/subk/tip5400/rh5450.htm, but I just couldn't finish this intruction.
First,         how could I add a temporarily domain account to local adminstrator group?
Second,    When I logon the workstation (which I just setup the apprearance of the domian account with) as a menmber of domain Admins group, i can not see the temporarily account's user profile, so I couldn't copy it.

Could anyone provide me a more detailed instruction about that? I think I just abit confused here.
thanks heaps

yours eric





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Just an FYI..  this was posted twice..  Lets all answer in one thread..

eric..  you may want to post a question in Support and have this thread removed..

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