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Allow Domain Users to Install Software locally on their computers in Technical; Using a Windows 2008 R2 server I would like to allow users to be able to Install. Where can i find the Group policy that allow domain users to install software? How can I allow a regular domain user the right to install applications on other. Controlling Which Devices Can Be Installed by Standard Users Allow Standard Users to Install Drivers For Devices from Specified Setup Classes. Allow Standard Users to Install Drivers For Devices from Specified. Allowing non-admins to run programs as admins. It allows you to store an encrypted credentials of an admin for a given program you want to allow your users to use.
Here is what I did: Click Start and type cmd. When cmd. exe shows up, right- click and select Run as Administrator (this allows you to run Command Prompt at an elevated level). Type net localgroup Power Users /add /comment. Download ntrights. These are the instructions from sevenforums: A) Open the downloaded . B) Right click on the ntrights. Properties, General.
Unblock button if available. NOTE: If you do not.
Unblock button under the General tab, then the file is already. C. C) Right click on the ntrights.
Move. D) Open Windows Explorer and navigate to and open the. C: \Windows\System. Paste the ntrights.
How would I go about allowing a 'domain user' to install software on their computer. Allow Domain Users to install software on their computers. Can I allow domain users to Install software without making them. December 6, 2006; Posted February 29, 2008. I want to allow domain users to install. You may be able to grant users modify permissions to c:\program. Http:// Allow Domain Users to install without. Allow Domain Users to install without password. Hi, I would like to know how to grant users in a Domain envoironment (server 2003) and running XP work sations permissions to install progams on the PCs they are using. There is about 70 users with roaming profiles as they.
E) If prompted, click on Continue and Yes to approve moving the. System. 32 folder, then close the Windows. Explorer window. In an elevated command prompt (see step 1), type ntrights - U .
Type in the same thing again, only change Se. Network. Logon. Rightwith something else. You can try the following. Se. Interactive. Logon. Right. Se. Change.
Notify. Privilege. Se. Systemtime. Privilege. Se. Time. Zone. Privilege. Se. Create. Pagefile. Privilege. Se. Create. Global. Privilege.
Se. Create. Permanent. Privilege. Se. Increase. Working. Set. Privilege. Se. Increase. Base. Priority. Privilege. Se. Load. Driver.
Privilege. Se. System. Environment. Privilege. Se. Manage. Volume. Privilege. Se. Profile. Single. Process. Privilege. Se. System. Profile. Privilege. Se. Shutdown.
Privilege. For a complete list of User Rights and explanations, see my comment below (I can't post more than two links; if someone wants to edit this to add the link, please feel free). Once that is complete, you then need to give your new . Open my computer, right click on the C drive, and go to Properties. Click on the Security tab. It should automatically check off everything else, but if not, manually check everything else. The only thing that you can't check because it is grayed out is Special Permissions. Click Apply, and it will give your group permissions.
Ignore any errors that come up and continue anyway (I think assigning group rights in step 4 took care if this). Open an elevated command prompt again (step 1), and type net localgroup . This will still keep your user in the Users group, but will also add the user to the new Power Users group (so it is part of multiple groups). Note: If your user is signed in with a Microsoft Passport, you can find out your username by clicking on Startand typing control userpasswords.
Then click on the user account you need to find the name for, and click Propertiesand you'll see your actual user name. ALL DONE! And you will notice that Family Safety is still enforced, yet the user can't change its settings or give additional time or unblock websites or whatever. Nor can the user add another user with the User Accounts feature. Yet the user can install programs.