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Windows 2003 Server as a workstation

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I may be making a mistake here, but I need to set up a user on a Windows 2003 Server to use it as a workstation with rights to install software and such without giving him Domain Admin rights.  The server is on a domain.  I don't see the "Power Users" group in AD.  Any ideas?
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    You can add the user to the local Administrators group on the server.
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    So, add the user's domain account to the local administrator's group?  This is ridiculously stupid.  I feel like an idiot.  Maybe I am?  No, wait!?!?!?  I'm so confused!

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    Cheese
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