[Samba] Making users local administrators

L.P.H. van Belle belle at bazuin.nl
Thu Mar 21 03:29:46 MDT 2013


This is Administrators 1ste rule !! 
NEVER, but then NEVER giver users Administrator/PowerUser rights. 

Do not give the users ability to install software, wrong wrong... 

This is you trojans/Virussus etc come in your computer. 

and if you do give these rights, 
Do not install Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, Java. ( especialy Java ) 

Its simpel, without Admin rights on users, you pc is about 90% more safer. 
if you also remove flash java adobe, you are about 99,5% safe. 

If you have an application which needs extra rights. 
Do it save, how...  

1 create a network group voor this App.. example PHOTOSHOPRIGHTS 

Set in het registry, on the photoshop, the domain group to able to write.
( if needed, us a monitor tool to look which registry things need write access ) 

Set on the folder ) c:\program files\Photoshop ) the domain group to write. 

Now you have a hole on the pc, but no trojan/virus is able to install itself.

Good luck.  


>-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
>Van: gregs at sloop.net [mailto:samba-bounces at lists.samba.org] 
>Namens Gregory Sloop
>Verzonden: donderdag 21 maart 2013 0:06
>Aan: Terry Austin
>CC: samba at lists.samba.org
>Onderwerp: Re: [Samba] Making users local administrators
>The linky-thingy did have a way of doing so via a GPO. I've not tried
>it, but it certainly looks like it should work.
>>> While I've not done this via GPO - this looks like a 
>reasonable way of
>>> doing so.
>Try it.
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