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Some Qs about Network engineer / technician rights, permissions in AD

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Last Modified: 2015-03-11
I work as a network engineer / technician in Microsoft environment that switched and routed by Cisco.
All workstations in this network are controlled by AD.
My username  has a normal user rights in AD.
Password of local Administrator  unknown,  all that from   our enterprise policy,  so that my role is check connection with my laptop just. No related to any workstation.
Q1.should I get more permession,  rights
Q2.is that a common policy in  the world?
Thanks for all
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