Re: Adding new domain user to workstation
- From: "scptech" <scptech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2005 07:11:02 -0700
Thanks a lot.
"Doug Sherman [MVP]" wrote:
> Well, any time a domain user's credentials cannot be authenticated - eg. DC
> failure, connectivity issue, etc., that user will be denied network access
> to a domain member..
> By default, when a workstation joins an AD domain, the domain administrators
> group is added to the local machine administrators group; and the domain
> users group is added to the local machine users group. So as long as the
> machine is joined to the domain, you should not need to add domain users as
> local users unless you have changed or want to change the default behavior.
> Doug Sherman
> MCSE, MCSA, MCP+I, MVP
> "scptech" <scptech@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > To allow a domain user access to a local workstation, does the user have
> > be added to the workstation explicitly, even if the user has domain admin
> > priveleges?
> > Under what circumstances does the trust relationship between the
> > and the primary domain fail?
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