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Add Domain Users to Administrators group automaticaly

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Is there a way to add the Domain Users group to Administrators group with a script or with Group Policy?

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Which admin group??
The Local admins on the pcs (if so yes via restricted groups in group policy)
If Domain Admins!! why on earth would you want to do this
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neat tool a bit less complex that restricted groups

http://www.petri.co.il/a2lg.htm
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by:Pber
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Try the methods here, specifically the scripts section:

http://windows.stanford.edu/Public/Infrastructure/localgroup.html
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