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Posted on 2014-03-03
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Hello
what are thoughts on how to manage domain users on laptops or desktops
goal is to be able to allow users to not be able to change key system files or registry entries on local desktop / laptop . but not overburden my IT dept with requests for software installs  etc. what type of user group should i assign to my users?
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By default domain users are standard users and do not get any privilege to modify registry \ system files on their systems

But if you wanted to allow them to install software on system, you must grant them local admin rights on system

maximally you can disable user access to control panel, registry editing tools from GPO

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