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Open Directory Administrators Group Missing

Posted on 2010-08-29
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I might be not seeing something but when I select the user "Administrator", I can see that the user is in the "Administrators" group. Heres the problerm, when I go into the groups tab in OD I dont see the administrators group? Is there a setting hiding it or something?
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Question by:cbielich
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To add it, the group must become the primary group.

- Just go to the users in WGM
- Select the user
- click on their groups tab
- click on the primary group ID and change it to 80
- Your're done.
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