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Can local accounts red group memberships on a W2K domain ?

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Anonymous
December 17, 2004 6:02:17 AM

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Can a local account on a computer in a W2K native domain read group
memberships for a domain id ?

How would you go about enabling or disabling this ?
Anonymous
December 17, 2004 10:55:14 AM

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You have to sign on with domain credentials to read domain information.

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"Sushil" <sushil_sharma@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Can a local account on a computer in a W2K native domain read group
> memberships for a domain id ?
>
> How would you go about enabling or disabling this ?
Anonymous
December 17, 2004 1:01:11 PM

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Sushil wrote:
> Can a local account on a computer in a W2K native domain read group
> memberships for a domain id ?
>
> How would you go about enabling or disabling this ?

You can't enable it, and you can't disable it, as it isn't enabled. :) 
What's your real question? If you are looking to secure your machines, why
have local accounts for users at all?
!