I have a piece of software on a network that requires the user to be a local administrator. I already add network printers and shares for the when users login to the w2k3 domain through a login script. Is it possible to add some code that will make the user a local administrator? I have tried a few things I found on other ee questions but none have worked right for me.
why not do it via Group Policy and restricted groups?
otherwise there is a script here
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