All domain Users Have Local Administrator Rights Tags: Domain Security Windows Last response: October 22, 2010 7:37 PM in Windows 2000/NT Share ServerBlues October 18, 2010 6:57:27 PM For some reason, any user that logs in is given local administrator rights. This of course is a bad security risk. What do I need to change in the group policy to stop this, and what is causing it? I do not remember it being this way. More about : domain users local administrator rights leonvski October 22, 2010 7:37:32 PM Hi! Try to modify this on the User Computer... Go: Start, Run, Control Userpasswords2, Select the User, Properties, Group Membership... Good Luck! Leonardo Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources problem with giving domain users local admim rights Forum Domain users = local administrator Forum Domain user in local administrator group Forum Domain user local rights Forum local administrator rights Forum Local Domain Users Forum Allow user to have Administrator rights Forum Enable install rights to user for local machine via GPO? Forum Need to set user as local administrator to run programs? Forum How to make domain user as local computer admin Forum administrator rights for computer Forum Parallel and com ports not appearing in device manager Forum Windows 2000 administrator privleges Forum Logged in users on a DC? Forum Blocking user in domain to edit date and time Forum Dns server failed domain not set invalid Forum Windows 2008 locks NT domain accounts Forum Domain Controller Forum Preventing users from taking away permissions of folders they create Forum Share files domain workgroup Forum More resources !