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Windows 7: Is it possible to add a network group to the local admin group as XP?

02 Mar 2012   #1

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Is it possible to add a network group to the local admin group as XP?

Hello all,

This is a high school.. we've recently upgraded our systems to Windows 7. Previously, we typically added a group called SchoolStaff to the local Administrator group, so that all of our teachers would be able to update flash, install programs, etc. With Windows 7, we have not been able to do that. Instead, we must add each teacher individually. In labs where any of our teachers might logon, that would mean over 100 individual logons which was previously done with the one group named SchoolStaff. We have 7 major labs, and workrooms for each department, so that task is unimaginable.

Thanks!

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