|21 Sep 2011||#1|
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New DC Server Installed - Client Computer Doesn't Have Privileges
Thanks in advance for the help.
Last week we had our DC / Exchange Server Crash. Computer was replaced, and accounts were recreated on it (Win Server 2008 R2 w/Exchange Server 2010).
When the clients logged back on after the new server was up and running the same user accounts were in place but we upgraded the password policy. When the clients logged back in New User Profiles were created on the Win 7 clients.
So we manually rebuilt the profiles on the clients. But the clients don't have administrator privileges. We Cannot turn off UAC, Cannot change network settings, Cannot install software, etc etc.
The logon to the clients is ourdomain\User. The User name has Administrator privileges on the Server.
Anyone have any insight ?
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