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How to deny or disable access to the MMC console for the Domain users?

Posted on 2009-06-29
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I would like to stop domain users to access the MMC console and view all the user/computer objects in the Active directory. As a default any domain users can install adminpak in the computer then configure the MMC console and he would be able to access and view everything? I want to restrict this for the Domain users who have Local administrator right in their computers?

Is there a solution? Please help .... Thanks
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If you are able to create a group policy in the user settings section under administrative templates you are able to prevent access to MMC snapins.

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Thanks demazter, I will try it and come back ....
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It is working perfectly. Thanks for your quick response.
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