[Windows Server 2012] User - administrator rights on administrative tools

I have the following problem.

We have a new domain (Windows Server 2012, Virtual Machines)
We have a domain controller and a RDS.

When we create a new user with administrator rights (domain administrators, enterprise admins, group policy creator, organization management, schema-administrators).

When we log on to the RDS we can't start the administrative tools (access denied). The only solution for this is:
give this user rights on c:\users\administrator.DOMAIN (so not his own homefolder but the folder of the administrator).

What is the solution for this. Strange thing: we created multiple administrator accounts (just for testing this trouble) and one account got direct administrator rights on this directory and can start the administrative tools & server manager directly)

Can anybody help us with this problem. I think its very strange we have to set the rights on this directory so we can use the administrative tools
Program1981Asked:
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Sir LearnalotCommented:
Go to your start menu, type "Give Admin" and it should pop-up "Give Administrative Rights to a Domain User"
Follow the dialogue to give a domain user admin rights on the machine
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Program1981Author Commented:
I tried, but that's not the solution.
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Program1981Author Commented:
At this moment we doesn't have a solution. Another ideas?
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Sir LearnalotCommented:
Try leaving the domain, join workgroup, restart computer, rejoin domain, restart computer.
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Program1981Author Commented:
Still the same problem. I can only solve this problem with access on the c:\users\administrator.DOMAIN folder. Not a big problem.
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Program1981Author Commented:
The only solution for this is:
give this user rights on c:\users\administrator.DOMAIN (so not his own homefolder but the folder of the administrator).
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