Creating Roaming Profiles and Administrative permissions Windows 2003 Server
Posted on 2004-09-29
I've set up a couple of machines on my 2000 domain.
I've copied the user's local profiles over to the roaming profile on the server.
Although it doesn't happen on all of the machines I've done. It has happenned on a couple
where the roaming profile does not have Administrative permissions and I haven't found out where to
give the domain account administrative rights over the machine (the local machine - to install software, etc....)
Is there a setting for this, or do I have to set up a group policy. Or do I have to write a script?
And if I do have to write a script where can I get a script from?
Also I'm still puzzled as to why some accounts on XP machines have administrative rights eventhough they are domain accounts and why some are not.
I noticed that the roaming profiles arent' stored in the User Profiles listing in the System Properties in Control Panel - so how do I manipulate the domain user's permissions?
The same goes for some 2000 machines.
The server is a Windows 2003 server and 2000 and XP machines log onto it.