I have a SBS2011 and Win 7 Pro 64 bit workstations. We have a shared folder and "everyone" has full control. Is this automatically all users? Can I look at this group? I do not see it listed.
We are having an issue with timeslips 2014. WE are being told that is has something to do with user permission levels. My questions are about user permissions, workstations rights and domain profile rights.
If I install a new workstation and login with the existing domain profile...how does that effect the users rights on the workstation. I ask because the user was not really created as a user first and then added to the domain. How do I ensure that user has administrative rights at the workstation?
The client does not want the "users" to have administrative rights. Is "power user" the way to go or leave the users at just "users". I want to grant as much acess as possible with out allowing the use to delete system files. I also want the user profile to be able to install software on their workstations.
Possible fixes for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 updating problem. Solutions mentioned are from Microsoft themselves. I started a case with them from our Microsoft Silver Partner option to open a case and get direct support from Microsoft.
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