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Adprep detected that the logon user is not a member of the following groups

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when I run adprep on my 2003 DC I get "Adprep detected that the logon user is not a member of the following groups ent admin, schema admin.  ADPREP has stopped without making any changes" I added those groups to the  domain admin action I'm using.  no effect. HELP!
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Can you try creating a new user account which is a member of those groups and run ADPREP while logged on as that user?
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Seth Simmons earned 500 total points
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I added those groups to the  domain admin action I'm using.

did you log out and log in again after you changed the group membership?
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I actually rebooted a couple times, but the third time is a charm.
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