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Permission to a local user in a workgroup/stand alone pc.

Posted on 2015-01-13
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Dear EE's,

Is there anyway give some particular permission to a "standard" user than changing to "administrators" group. What i am looking to is to

1) Can install Applications
2) Don't change any users or add/remove users.
3) Don't Delete other users files.

Is there anything do with Local policy

Please advice me.

Thank you

Regards
Shamil
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by:Alexios
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Hello
No, you cannot accomplish that particular setting
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by:Shamil Mohamed
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so i got add that particular pc to domain?? to apply those?
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then what are those i can do??
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you can create a new security group that has the permissions needed.
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Take a look at this post
"the *best* solution is to manually add each user's domain account only to his/her own workstation's administrators group"

http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/312854-how-can-i-grant-users-permission-to-install-software-without-access-to-shares
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Thank you guys.

Alexios got you mann... hehe..
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Thanks Mohamed
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