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    Re: types of administrator account

    so geoff, what would you do;

    you have an admin you dont exactly want to be looking around AD, but its essential that they can join / disjoin pc's as well as been able to rename them.


    Thanks for help so far by the way

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    Re: types of administrator account

    Just a quick question when you go in as admin are these still greyed out because I've had a recent batch of machines that this happened to regardless of who was logged on?


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    Re: types of administrator account

    The change name right is a local right on the computer, regardless of the computer's domain membership.

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    Re: types of administrator account

    wesley - no not having that trouble.

    BradP, thanks im going to roll out a new local group i think.

    Thanks again

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    Re: types of administrator account

    I think you can linkn the local and domain groups together which should help you with that!

    It wouldn't even let me in as the lcoal administrator I think soem of the networking configurations had become corrupt!


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    Re: types of administrator account

    so geoff, what would you do
    Create the machine account in AD myself before the technican goes to the machine to add it to the domain.

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    Re: types of administrator account

    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff
    so geoff, what would you do
    Create the machine account in AD myself before the technican goes to the machine to add it to the domain.
    So whats the point of having a technican then?

    I am also in the smae situation.. i need Technicians to add remove PC's from the domain, change passwords in the AD Create Accounts in Ranger (need AD rights)

    Add new PC builds to the Domain etc...

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