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I want to restrict a single domain user to only be able to stop/start particular services on a group of servers.

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I have an individual domain user who only needs to be able to stop/start services (for a installed product) on a group of associated servers in a windows 2000 domain.  How do i do this?
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I've used a windows 2000 resource kit utility called srvacls.exe to allow users access to stop and start services. According to Microsoft they pulled this utility out and replaced it with SUBINACL.

I haven't worked with the replacement utility so I'm not sure if it fits the bill.

Microsoft KB article:
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;288129
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