Restricted Groups

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Hi Guys I have a query regarding the usage of restricted group in a domain enviroment. Could some pls explain the steps required to add Domain Administrator Account to the Local Administrators Groups of a node. I know this can be done but m not sure bout the steps. Please HELP!!!! Thanks Guys Asta La Vista Mithun
ASKED: October 10, 2005  3:33 AM
UPDATED: October 13, 2005  10:28 PM

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hope this helps ya out

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;555026

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  • Amigus
    You can also use the "Restricted Groups" settings in the "Security Settings" of a GPO or local machine security policy to forcibly set the members of local groups. The KB article in the previous post achieves roughly the same thing but using the approach above does not require runnings start-up script.
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  • TeslaGuy
    Keep in mind that Restricted Groups is destructive by nature. What that means is if you had group membership in the local ADMINISTRATORS groups of several computers in your environment, they would be wiped out and just those groups defined in the Restricted Groups would be replaced in it. If you want to retain existing group membership, yet still add the Domain Admins group into the local ADMINISTRATORS groups, you should use a script. Check out SCRIPTINGANSWERS.COM or other similar web sites for some scripts that you can use.
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  • MithunMCSE
    Hi Guys Thx for the response tho i m aware of all the above replies. But could someone pls tell me the step by step method. Thx Mithun Kanji
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