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Do domain admins have permissions to SharePoint 2003 sites by default?  If so is there a way to limit their access within SharePoint?
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yes by default, all admins have unrestricted access

to correct this, have a look on this kb: http://support.microsoft.com/Default.aspx?kbid=892295
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this question belongs to the Sharepoint Zone, not Windows 2003 Server
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