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Windows Authorization Access Group

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Where can i find the above in OS 2003?

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In the Active Directory, in the container "Builtin".  (In ADUC, you should be able to search for the group.)
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Open Active directory Users and Computers>>>Click on "Builtin" >>>"Windows Authorization Access group" should be on bottom of right side
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forgot to refresh Razmus ; ^ )
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I did that at least twice today myself.  ;-)
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