my real problem is ntconfig.pol
cartegw at Eng.Auburn.EDU
Fri Feb 26 14:26:35 GMT 1999
EFT.Eric Devolder wrote:
> You are right! but here each developer has its own NT Box.
> Of course, they need to be constantly logged with
> administrator right. And they work alone on their machines.
> But when I perform a NT logging, the user can no more have
> this local administrator right, and I really don't know
> how to do it, as the user is not defined on the local
> machine but on the Unix Box. However, when logged
> as network user, the User manager tool is viewable
> only. (what we could expect).
On the NT client, execute
net localgroup Administrators <username> /add
where <username> is the name of the domain account. This
assumes that users have personal boxes that they consistently
> In your response, you say "right associated with an
> account". How can I change this ? Is it in the policy
> editor ?
Rights and policies are two separate issues.
> But then perhaps do I have to create special groups /
> users in the polices in order to achieve this ?
Nope. See above comments.
> This confuses me a lot ! Perhaps it's not a samba
> stright-forward related issue, but if you can help me,
> or indicate me where I can find this info...
Truthfully, this is strictly an NT related issue. However,
lately this list has been more of a "how to administer
Windows NT" type list.
Hope this helps,
Gerald ( Jerry ) Carter
Engineering Network Services Auburn University
jerry at eng.auburn.edu http://www.eng.auburn.edu/users/cartegw
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