Create temporary administrator local account

Hello,

In this given situation I need your support:
there are several workstations running with Local & Domain Administrators and Domain Restricted Users. These restricted users happen, from time to time to need elevated rights or an administrative account for running updates, drivers, etc.. What solutions might there be, with full detail on applying them do I have? My ideeas are, but without clue on how to apply them:
1) create another local administrator account and password and make them available on demand only.
2) create a batch, exe, etc. file that the restricted user can run, within the script all settings necesarry to add an administrative account that I will delete afterwards

restrictions:
-The demand can be when the user is out of office, without Internet so it must be a standalone SOS solution
-the local Administrator account is being used now for several tasks since I am not the domain administrator

best regards,
Cosmin
Cosmin CurticapeanAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
For something like this you are looking for "Application White-listing" This allows you to grant access to a group or users or individuals to have access or elevated permissions on specific software to perform updates etc.

The product i am referring to is Desktop Authority. Formally created by Script Logic now Dell
https://support.software.dell.com/download-install-detail/5340567

This sits on top of your Group Policy and extends its features to provide specific rights to users for administering application updates etc. This also works offline as well as GPO are tied to the machine as long as they are using there domain account while being off the network.

Will.
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Gabriel CliftonNet AdminCommented:
You could also utilize Microsoft LAPS. This is Microsoft's new way of doing local admin accounts. Basically, it creates unique local admin passwords for each computer that changes every X days and can also be changed on demand. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=46899
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