How to create Windows service accounts that do not have Domain Admin rights

We need to setup a couple of windows service accounts that do not have Domain Admin rights. We want them to have local admin access to all users computers so that they can be used to install software onto the users computers.
Can I create these accounts via Windows Preference's and if so, how do I accomplish this?
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FOXActive Directory/Exchange EngineerCommented:
You can use group policy preferences to add your users to the local admins group of the machines without giving them Domain Admin Rights.

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And why wouldn't you simply use the system accounts of these machines? Surely better than to have accounts that are highly privileged on any client. The system account may also access network resources for setting up software.
vmichAuthor Commented:
Well we need the account for deployment software that needs to have local admin access to all of the pcs in our environment but as I stated, we don't want the account to have domain admin access..
So is there a way to accomplish this.
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Ah, it's for a deployment software. That changes things unless that deployment software is able to work as local system account. If it is, that would be the preferred way.

If it is not, I can only point you to microsoft documentation and examples for creating group managed service accounts:
vmichAuthor Commented:
Yes it needs only to be a local system account and not a domain admin at all. That is what we need to setup an account that had only local admin access to all computers.
Create a service account the way I linked and then distribute it the way FOX linked.

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vmichAuthor Commented:
Create service account
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