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Adding Global Groups to Local Groups via a Logon Script of Group Policy

Posted on 2004-08-23
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Good Afternoon,

Quick question. I need to make the global group domain users a member of the local administrators group on all of the PC in my organisation. Is there an easy way of doing this via either the logon script or windows 2k group policies?

Thanks.
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Group Policies,

Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Restricted Groups

You would right click on the Restricted Groups and add a new Group "Administrators", it will add the group to the right part of the console. Then you select it and it will give you an option of who belongs to the group. You can then add DOmain Admins and domain users group. It will change the workstations local administrative group to these settings.

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Sweet, thnaks very much.

Amazingly quick response by the way, cheers.
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No problem, good luck.

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