Group Policy to allow a regular user to have local admin permissions on multiple workstations

Posted on 2007-09-30
Last Modified: 2008-04-03
Is there a way to allow a user or group of users to have local admin permissons to a computer or group of computers without having to go in to each computer and give them those permissions? It would be nice to do it remotely through group policies or something like that. Using Windows 2003 server and XP.
Question by:judsoncollege
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    Accepted Solution

    Restricted groups would be what your looking for.

    See here for more info

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    Thanks BSonPosh.

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