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How to grant Print operator access

Posted on 2008-10-15
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I have a windows 2003 Print cluster set up, I would like to give my PC support staff the permissions to Add, and Mange printers on the Print Cluster. I have added them to the Print Operators group and they are not able to add printers or manage current printers. I do not want to make them Admiistrators. Any Suggestions
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You could try assigning them to the power users group and give them rights to load/unload device drivers.  However this may be getting to close to your request of not making them admins.  Generally when loading printers or device drivers windows wants admin rights and that's what we're running into here.
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