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scripting a run as command in win2k

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I am trying to run the following script as a logon script in a win2k/winxp envirnoment.  My goal is to put the global group ssadm390 into the local administrators group on the box.

my command is "net localgroup administrators ssadm390 /add"  I keep getting a error 5 access is denied when a regular domain user logs on.  how can I run this command as a domain admin or a local admin?

thanks in advance.

KH
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Try adding it as a start-up script on the machine policy attached to the workstation and it'll work as it doesn't need to run under the local users account,

Deb :))
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And there's this method through group policy:
How to Configure a Global Group to Be a Member of the Administrators Group on all Workstations
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=KB;EN-US;Q320065
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