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How to add a domain account to the local Administrator group

Posted on 2006-06-30
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Users laptop is XP pro

The user doesn't have a local account, just the domain one


How do i add him to the local admin group
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by:jhance
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On the workstation, while logged into another local admin account, open the COMPUTER MANAGEMENT control panel and choose LOCAL USERS AND GROUPS.  In the GROUP item, choose Add To Group and then choose your domain account.
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by:ded9
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Kumar_Jayant123 earned 125 total points
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Hi,

Open the computer Management by R-Clicking on My Computer.
Expand Local Users and Groupes.
Expand Groupes.
Double Click on Administrators.
Click the ADD bouten.
Now Click the Location Button,
Select the Domain and click OK.
Now enter the user name in the Text Box and Click ok.
You are done.

Kumar

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