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Hi i have recently installed Windows 2003 Server for testing, i have created a user and added it to the administrator group, when i logon to any machine Windows 2000 or windows xp i have no permissions i cannot change time or domain. What do i have to do to make a user and Administrator.

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You need to make user that you have added your administrator account to the Group "domain admins" and then added "domain Admins" to the local "administrators" group on each machine.
This will happen automaticallt when the machines are joined to the domain.

If you dont have a domain that you cannot add a user from one machine to the administrators group on another - you have to create new users on each machine with the same username and password.


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