[Samba] RE: Issues with Samba

Dragan Krnic dkrnic at lycos.com
Wed Dec 4 08:09:01 GMT 2002

Yes, but the group of local administrators. Using
a localized version of W2K I'm not sure what the
power-user group translates to in German, perhaps
the same thing. A trusted environment is prerequisite
to letting people administer their own workstations.

But, as the saying goes, trust no one. Try adding yourself
to whatever groups are available locally and see 
what happens, consult manuals and especially on-line
documents because of ease of searching and build your
confidence by learning.

My reply was a silver bullet that might shoot back,
if you give some nitwit too much powers, but I wrote
back primarily because I felt no one else would and
I know personally the frustration of ignored postings.

Good luck, Karl.

On Tue, 3 Dec 2002 09:27:31   
 Karl Keogh wrote:
>Thanks for your help Sorry to be a pest but
>Should I not add them to the power users group ??
>Wouldn't doing what you said make all authenticated users members of the
>administrator group ??
>Also Has the PGP issue come to light before ??
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dragan Krnic [mailto:dkrnic at lycos.com] 
>Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 10:32 PM
>To: samba at samba.org
>Cc: karlk at globogift.com
>Subject: Issues with Samba
>> 2. I would like the roaming users when they log on to
>> windows 2000 machines to have power user rights , as 
>> I notice that other application do not run  . 
>On W2K add NT-AUTHORITY group to Administrators group.
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