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Granting administrator access to an individual server within a domain

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Hi, not sure if this can be done but I need to grant one of our techies administrator rights to our database server that sits in our domain, however I don't want to amke him a domain admin - is there a simple way of doing this? Ta muchly
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add his domain user account to the LOCAL administrators group on the server?
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log onto the server

start > run > lusrmgr.msc

groups >  administrators >  add

and add the tecchiy in :)

Pete
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Thanks Pete, it's soooo simple when you put it like that!
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LOL its the simple things that the most intellegent people miss :)

ThanQ
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