NTW 4.0 Workstation Admin Rights
jseymour at LinxNet.com
Mon Sep 11 16:22:23 GMT 2000
Environment: Samba 2.0.7 (compiled w/gcc)
Sun Sparc Solaris
WinNT 4.0 "workstations"
I need to set up individual users with NTW "Administrator" rights so
that log-on batch files executed on their behalf can do things like
"net time \\Server /yes /set", "route add ..." and other Admin'y
things. (At least I *think* I do.) But I do *not* want to give them
wide-open permissions to the domain itself.
I *tried* doing it by logging on to NTW as "Administrator", with the
log-on "domain" set to the workstation itself, and giving a user
"Administrator" rights, but when the user logs on to the domain: no
workstation admin. rights.
I *suspect* something must be done at the "domain" level, but the
instructions in the "Samba NT domain FAQ" don't work. Nor have I
been able to unearth any other clues. (Tho I'm slogging thru the
archives for the mailing list even now.)
Can somebody please lend me a clue? :-)
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