|28 Sep 2010||#1|
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Batch files and admin rights on a domain
i have a domain and recently added some Windows 7 OS
I used to use a batch file to automatically create a bunch of folder over the newtwork with the right ACL. i use Xcopy for that purpose.
If it works absolutely well on XP...it's another matter on Windows 7 as i always receive an : access denied when i try to launch my batch... in fact not always..if i connect on local with admin pass...it works.
But if i try with either domain admin users...nothing at all!
Here what i done so far without success :
- desactivated UAC completely
- put domain admin in local admin group
How can i grant simple user the right to launch my batch file without giving them super user rights on their machine... in other term is there a way to have my batch keeps on working as it did on XP?
any hint would be appreciated!
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