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Add Network user as Administrator on MAC

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We have a snow leopard mac book 10.6 and trying to give a network account local administrative rights on the laptop. How can I do that?


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Delmiro
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Is it joined to AD? , if so see this
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laptop has been joined to the AD. on that article? do I have to add groups or can I add a single AD user account with local admin rights? and can you tell me how exactly I would do that ?


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Login as the user, goto System Preferences, goto Accounts, Click the Lock and put in a current local admin, Then check the box to "Allow user to administer this computer"  And then your network user has Admin Rights.
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