What rights for SCCM administrator?

This is a planning for new setup of MS SCCM 2012 working environment. We are decided to use only one domain user account to administrating the whole SCCM structure. The tasks include, fully administrative rights on the SCCM server (1 server), all site system roles, reporting, database, clients access for client agent installation, software updates, OSD, and any client-section SCCM activities.

We are decided to only assign one domain user account - SCCMAdmin. What are those administrative rights need to assign? If possible, we don't want to assign a domain admins rights, schema admins (may not used to extend schema once only). Can we have a whole administrative rights that this user should possess?

Thanks in advance.
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Local admin rights on the site server.
Schema extension is to be done once only/

Please see
http://prajwaldesai.com/sccm-2012-r2-step-by-step-guide/
Pedro GamaCitrix AdminCommented:
Hi,

Your SCCMAdmin user account should be member of local administrator group of the client machines and SCCM Server.
This account should have permissions of Join Domain (delegate control in AD, select the user and give the permissions to join the computer to domain.)
Also SQL Server: Expand option Security > right-click Logins > select the user account from Active directory and select sysadmin role.

Hope it helps
PG

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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Client machines Local Admin is not needed. It is risky.
MichaelBalackAuthor Commented:
I used a domain user with privileges as suggested by Pedro, and so far, SCCM administrative jobs are conducted without problem,
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