|12 Mar 2012||#1|
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Domain user added to the local admin group but cannot access cp
Hello all, right to business I've got a Windows 7 Pro machine that's just been added to a 2008 domain. The only group the user is in is the default domain users group on the domain. I've added the user to the local admin's group on the winows 7 machine but the user is unable to open control panel or related items. XP machines on the same network do not have this issue. The exact wording on the error message I get is "Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file. You may not have the appropriate permissions to access this item."
Is this a Group Policy item that only affects Win 7 machines that needs to get changed? If so where does the change go in if you know?
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