Domain Credentials

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  • Kobe 310
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    #613846

    Is there a way i can create domain account where a user can make changes on a domain computer such as add\remove programs, add\edit\delete files within the root, but not be able to use that account to join a computer to the domain, or log into the domain server.

     

     

    Thanks

     

     

     

     


    wullieb1
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    #613855

    Not that i’m aware of.

    Daft question time. Why do you want to allow users to install software on a DC??


    Kobe 310
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    #613856

    hey wullieb1, thanks for responding!

    not a server, a domain computer. ex. a computer used to check in people at the front office at a business that is part of a domain…….i’m assuming  i should have said a computer joined to the domain???

    I  don’t want just anybody in the IT Dept. to have access to log into the DC. I only want them to have the ability to log into a computer joined to the domain, or a computer on the domain…(by the way, how in the hell Do i say that? sounds weird.) and make any changes that they need to, except for having the power to log into the DC, or join a computer to the DC.

    Like a power user or something like that. I’ve seen tons of answers on the web, but none seem to be specific to the point. I would assume this would be a common request by IT administrators…..or not?

     

     

     


    wullieb1
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    Yes it probably can be done using delegation of rights.

     

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