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What would be the fastest way to create a Local User Admin account on multiple PCs at one time.
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by:Mutogi
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create an install image for PC's

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If on domain install via GPO

http://www.techrepublic.com/blog/datacenter/deploy-local-accounts-via-group-policy/2880
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by:LP-IT
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Yes GPO would be the best option to create an account.  I dont see the setting to make that user an Admin.
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Perfect thanks
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