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adding a domain group to local admin group on selected  machines via script

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adding a domain group to local admin group on selected  machines via script

I have used this for a machine locally....

net localgroup administrators domain\group /add

How do i add remote machine ....example

net ....remotemachine localgroup.......etc

Thanks
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One way to do this is with PsExec, e.g.
psexec \\remotemachine net localgroup domain\group /add

But in the long term it is usually better to use the Restricted Groups feature in Group Policy.
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