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Removing admin role

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How can I remove users' admin role if they are in local or domain admin group, when they login to windows 2003 domain by using group policy or any other method if possible?

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To remove them from domain admin group open active directory users and computers go to the user properties and remove the group from the member of tab on the account.  
Remove from local admin use restricted groups in GPO
http://www.frickelsoft.net/blog/?p=13
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