RE: Remove domain user from local administrators group

From: Tyson Leslie (
Date: 10/12/04

  • Next message: Sullivan Tim P: "RE: Remove domain user from local administrators group"
    To: chang zhu <>,
    Date: Tue, 12 Oct 2004 14:03:51 -0600

    You can make this assignment via group policy. Technically, what you can
    specify is what membership the Administrators group will contain. Note,
    however, that this is a permanent change, removing the policy will not put
    the previous membership back. You can do this with both the Administrators
    group and the Power Users group.


    -----Original Message-----
    From: chang zhu []
    Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2004 9:17 AM
    Subject: Remove domain user from local administrators group


    I just went to this new company and found out that each domain user is
    assigned to local administrators group.

    We need to remove domain user from local administrators group. Is there any
    MS utility that allows to do this instead of going to each workstation

    to remove and assign them to Power Users group?

    The environment is Win2K and XP.

    Thanks always,


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