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Windows 2012 Restricted Groups

Posted on 2014-07-23
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I am having some problems setting up Restricted Groups.

In Restricted Groups the group Name is set to Administrators and the members assigned. In local policy

   * Act as part of the operating system
   * Log on as a service
The users have been assigned.

On a Windows 7 computer, in local policy Act as part of the operating system and Log on as a service show the users that were added in Group policy. However the users do not appear in the Local Users in Computer management.

Does anyone know how I resolve this issue?
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I am not really sure what you did therefore i will explain what i did.

In my case every user had to be a local administrator, but i was not able to that locally in front of every notebook. So i did it with the restricted groups. I created a extra user for each user with "-adm" so it was clear thats the local adminuser. Then i created for every Computer a own GPO with Filter on the computer object.

So then the new domain user was in the local administrator group but was not in the local user group seen.

I think its more or less the same what you expected.
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