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    hi,

    two things that i really need help with.

    1. i need to add a printers admin group and add some users to it to make them printer admins. How do i do it? I know how to create the group, but how do i give it the correct privilages.

    2. i want to restrict the teachers from resetting passwords using ad, how can i do this?

    thanks in advance

    nick

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    For question 1 right click the printer on the print server and open the permissions tab you can then add the group that you created. Take a look at the link below for a list of available permisions on printers.

    Assigning printer permissions: Print Services

    For question 2 are you saying you want to prevent teachers from resetting passwords? If so then just don't give them access to the servers or don't make them a member of the admins or account managers groups.

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