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How to Provide Local Administrative Rights to the Domain User

Posted by Anubhav Chaudhary Articles | Windows Server 2012 May 01, 2013
In today's article you will learn how to provide Local Administrative Rights to the Domain User.
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Introduction

In today's article you will learn how to provide Local Administrative Rights to the Domain User.

You often are unable to access many folders or files, you are even not allowed to install any new software on your system. That's because Full Administrative rights are not allowed on your system. In this article I will show you how Admin Rights are provided to the user. There are two ways for providing Admin Rights. In this article I will show the first method.

Step 1

First of all right-click on your computer and click on "Manage".

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Now the Computer Management Window will be opened.

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Step 2

In this window click on "Local Users and Groups". On clicking, two folders will be available on the right hand side.

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Now double-click on "Groups" to open it.

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Step 3

Now all the Groups will be available on the right side of the window.

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Among these groups, one group will be named Administrators. Right-click on Administrators and select "Properties".

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Step 4

Now the Administrator's Properties will be opened. All the members of this group will be shown, click on the "Add" button to add a new user to this group.

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On the next window click on  the "Advanced" button to find the user.

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Step 5

Now you need to click on the "Find Now" button.

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The Find Now button will help you to find the user you want to join to the Admin Group, choose the member from among all the available members and then click on the "Ok" button.

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Again click on the "Ok" button, this will add the user to the Admin Group.

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