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  • Domain user permission problem...

    I have a user which shouldn't be able to make a REPAIR of LAN connection... He can't make any changes in properties of connection.
    I haven't configured anything... it's just apeared available...

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    Re: Domain user permission problem...

    default regual users don't have the permissions to change that.
    You should add the user to the local Network Configuration Operators group or local administrators group
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    • #3
      Re: Domain user permission problem...

      The problem is that user can do REPAIR of NIC... He is not a member of any groups other than /domainusers... on local machine he is also a member of USER group...

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      • #4
        Re: Domain user permission problem...

        They must be a member of the local Administrators or a Network Configuration Operators group to use the Repair Connection feature, like Dumper said.

        So in your case I suggest to use 'Restricted Groups' in the computer GPO, to control the members of the local group for each client.
        Or http://support.microsoft.com/kb/297938 If the User Has a Domain Account
        1. In the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, open Active Directory Users and Computers located in the Administration Tools folder.
        2. Expand the domain name in which the user account resides, and then click the Builtin item.
        3. In the right pane, double-click Network Configuration Operators.
        4. Click the Members tab.
        5. Delete the users you mentioned, and then click OK.
        6. Click OK to close the Network Configuration Operators Properties window.


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        Last edited by Rems; 3rd May 2007, 15:34.

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