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Windows 7 and sever domains conflict

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Hi All,
I have Server 03 with AD and a Domain and users, we just got 2 computers with Windows 7 OS.  
The users on the computers are administrators of the computer, they also have admin privileges on the server domain.  

The problems is that even with being administrators there are many basic functions which can not be done, such as opening files, deleting shortcut icons, installing software.  

Any one know if this can be fixed?

Thank you
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Question by:Zina-
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by:Wolfhere
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Turn off user access control (UAC). Control panel > User Accounts > Change User Account Control Settings - Never Notify
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by:Zina-
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Hi Wolhere,
I just made those changes and tryed to delete a shortcut on the desktop received the message
"File Access denied
you need permission to perfore this action
You require permission from system to make changes to this file"

This is why I was not sure if it a proplem with my OS or Domaine or administrator permissions
Thanks
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by:Zina-
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I just tried to install some software to test and it would not allow me to do it.
the message said you do not have enough privileges log in as administrator.

This is the main issue I can not install programs to my computer
If any one can help.
Thanks
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by:Awinish
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Make user member of local administrator group & new settings only apply if you log off & relogin.

when you disable User Account Control from control,the system has to rebooted then only it will affect the disable UAC will be disabled.

you can run rsop.msc. check what policy is being applied on computer.
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by:Jason Watkins
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Hello,

Is the server itself up to date? This can be an issue, if it is not, because updated Group Policy settings may not have made their way into the domain's settings.

I would undo the UAC changes, since they did not fix the problem anyway and set it to prompt.

Are you sure you are logging into the domain? Silly question, but in my experience, Windows 7 does not always recognize that fact that a domain login is being passed. Try logging in with a DOMAIN\user format. That will force the machine to log into the domain
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by:arnold
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What other software do you have installed on the windows 7 system?
What policies GPOS do you have?
Are the user's using roaming profiles? Redirected folders?

If the users are members of both Domain users and Domain Admin groups, windows 7 will enforce the lowest rights policy (i.e. domain users).
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Don't turn UAC off, it is a security function previous Windows versions should have had and is good. Also, windows 7 makes a lot of use of junction points, for instance, since the directory structure has changed a lot compared to XP (or 2003) such junctions are made that reflect the old directory structure so old software that looks for the old structure still works. Those junctions shouldn't be changed or you can break the system.

When you open an explorer or cmd prompt which you will use to do things that the visible admin can't do, right click it and use the "Run as Administrator" option to open the tool. Then you will have more rights.
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by:als315
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Is your Windows 7  version professional or Ultimate? Are your computers incuded in domain?
Are you logging on as domain or local user? Domain user in Windows 7 should have domain name before user name (domain\user).
Have you checked groups (computer - management)?
Have you checked rights for shortcut (safety tab). Who have full rights?
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