Power Users for Domain?

From: Tom (tom_at_rubendallconsulting.com)
Date: 05/06/03

Date: Tue, 6 May 2003 10:06:22 -0700

I need for my end users to have power user or admin rights
to their workstation, but not the server. Is there an
easy way to do this? I have tried adding domain users to
the admin group on their workstations, but sometimes I get
an error that it can't find the domain, or it's
unavailable. Was just hoping there was an easy way to do
this with permissions at the server.


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