In this tutorial, we are going to have how to set up a GPO to make the admin domain users of their post.
The goal is to add the Domain Users group in the Administrators 1 group of the user station.
The Domain Admins group is already a member of the group.
1. From a domain controller, open the Group Policy Management Console.
2. Create a new strategy on the OU where the computers are stored, for that right click on the unit 1 and click Create a GPO object in this area, and link it here … 2.
3. Name strategy 1 and click OK 2.
4. Right click on Strategy 1 and click on Edit 2.
5. Go to the Restricted Groups 1 setting found in: Computer Configuration> Policies> Windows Settings> Security Settings> Restricted Groups. Right click 2 and click Add Group 3.
6. Click Browse 1.
7. Select the Domain 1 Users group and click OK 2.
8. Click OK 1.
9. Click the Add … 1 button at This group is a member of.
10. In the Group 1 box enter BUILTIN\Administrators and click OK 2.
11. Click the Apply 1 and OK 2 buttons.
12. Domain 1 users are members of the BUILTIN\Administrators group.
13. Going to the Settings 1 tab of the strategy, you can see the summary of GPO 2.
14. Restart the client computer.
15. Connect to the extension.
16. Open the computer manager (right-click on the Start button> Computer Management).
17. Go to Local Users and Groups 1 >, Groups 2. Double-click the Administrators group 3 and verify that the DOMAIN\Domain_Users group 4 is a member.
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