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I have 2 groups 1 for users and other is managers...I want to give the group managers access and able to change/add local users and groups... how do I accomplish this?

I would also wanted all users and groups able to change their own time clock as well..

Thanks in advance.
David
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There is a user right "change system time"   you can set  http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms813808.aspx

Is this an AD group you want them to be able to change or a local group on a desktop?

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Mike
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1) on users group go to properties and all managers and asign rights that you wish
2) add the group/user in GPO --> Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\User Rights Assignment for time changing

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Thanks Mike, yes this is AD group, I want this group be able to add/change local users and group mostly password in case I got locked out this local computer

Thanks
David
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thanks muzafar_13 your solutions was working fine..

Thanks alot

David
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