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Server Operators on DC's cannot End Task

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What right or permission must I give to the Server Operators group in order for members of Server Operators to be able to End Task on Domain Controllers?

- The DC's are Windows 2000 SP4.
- we don't want to make these people Administrators, or Domain Admins

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First guess (without testing) would be Debug Programs since this allows you to access processes you didn't start.

Good question.....  :)

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Ok, I will give it a try, hopefully later this aft.  Thanks much.
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Um, I'm not sure if that did the trick.  I can now end tasks logged on locally.  I'm no longer 100% sure if this was the case before.

What I *really* need is to be able to end tasks remotely, using rkill.  Also rkill /install fails.

So, in summary, I'm not sure if Debug Programs did the trick, but I'll go post another question, and be more specific this time.

Thanks!
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