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Hi Experts

I'm not sure if this can be done, but there's a request to create new domain service account. It has been created and granted local admin access to this server. But now, the other request was also to grant this service account to have access as Local Service, Local System & Network Service. Not sure if this can be done to new accounts? Thought this all built in accounts?

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If u r assigning above mentioned rights to new domain service account, he can a perform administrative level changes by login on the local computer.


yes....these are the basic built in accounts which you have mentioned.
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Does that mean the access can be granted to the new domain service account? how do I grant to each type of access?
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