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    What rights to allow a user to add computer to domain (from workgroup)?

    Can anyone tell me what type of rights are needed by a user so that they can take a workgroup machine and add it to a domain? Also, it would be interesting to know where exactly I need to add those rights? Thanks.

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    RE: What rights to allow a user to add computer to domain (from workgr

    There are 2 locations that you can do it in:

    First of all you can use Group Policy
    See:
    http://technet2.microsoft.com/window....mspx?mfr=true

    The second that you can use is the delegation of control wizard. Simply right click your Computers container, and then choose "Delegate Control" and a wizard will pop up to delegate the right to create computer objects

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    Re: What rights to allow a user to add computer to domain (from workgroup)?

    You can try to "Default limit to number of workstations a user can join to the domain", just check the article in this link - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/243327/en-us

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