Add another local admin account via group policy

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Active Directory
Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Hi, We are running with Windows 2003 active directory domain, I want any script that let me create another local admin account with "password never expires" apart from default local administrator account that can be pushed through group policy to all my windows systems in our domain, I downloaded one script from net, when I applied it through group policy (script applied through login) it gives me error that access is denied, because users are having limited privilege, please provide me correct script.        

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  • BestITSolution
    Please create batch file mentioning below command line net use controller xyz@123 /add net group administrators controller /add And implement this bat script on computer OU in your domain.
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