We have bought a system that temporarily installs and de-install a pdf-writer locally. But my users are ordinary domain users, so this does not work. Is it possibly to add a GPO in the AD that allow a user or a pc that rights? In the old days it seems that this is possible if I set my users as power users and for that group add a GPO with the install local printer rights. But I don't want to do that because I of security reasons will keep them as domain users. What about the possibilities in Windows server 2008?
Then try the Group Policy items that have been suggested. There is two "halves" of it,...one for Load/unload Drivers,...one for installing printers. If you can't use GPOs then it can also be done locally
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