Join workstation to domain permission………

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Hi I wana one of my users can join workstation to the domain so i add his user account in AD ->Default domain policy->computer configuration->windows setting->security policy->local policy->user rights assignment->Add workstation to Domain ,and set delegation control on root domain for adding workstation to domain for this user account,but still this user can't join workstation to the domain!!!???? Is there any more setting that I didn't set it!!??? Please help me to do it. Thank you. ----- Regards Mahnaz
ASKED: February 23, 2008  6:09 AM
UPDATED: February 29, 2008  11:49 PM

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If you have granted the user rights on the domain to add computers to the domain that should do the trick.

However it may take a while for this to take effect as the right will need to replicate through out the domain.

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  • Wrobinson
    The user also needs local administrative privileges on the computer. You can apply this using group policy also using restricted groups.
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