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Allow access to resource monitor through group policy

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Anyone know if it is possible to allow a non local admin user in a windows domain environment access to the resource monitor in Windows 7?
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Can they access the task manager on their desktop?
From taskbar? R/click it
Start Task manager > then Performance>there is resource monitor?
resource monitor on taskmanager
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No they cannot, that's the issue.
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Thanks, pity that, I don't have the answers for a group policy access to the resource monitor since the tool runs on the individual system.
As I see it your problem begins here>to allow a non local admin user<
Is this user/s added to a group?
I sourced this out for you
Microsoft recommends that access control to computer resources be administered by using groups
Difference between a Local Group Policy and a Domain Group Policy?
http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Difference_between_a_Local_Group_Policy_and_a_Domain_Group_Policy
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Never got correct answer.
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