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We have recently switches our policy so that domain users are in the local "users" group and are no longer admins.  However, after doing this, users are not able to edit their wireless settings or connect to their home wireless.  Is there a way to allow this right without promoting their group to power user?
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They need at least power user group to be able to make some limited changes on their wireless network connection properties, this applies to home wireless users as well.



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I have added users to the power user group by listing power users as domain users.  However, users are still not able to adjust time or wireless.  I have validated that the changes were in place and even rebooted.  Suggestions?
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