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Way to tell Domain users what groups to start off with.

Discussion in 'Networking' started by StumpedTechy, Jul 21, 2006.

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  1. StumpedTechy

    StumpedTechy Thread Starter

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    Okay I have been making User accounts for awhile but i have a question when it comes to this one. When I copy a user account I get the same groups and permissions. Okay fine and dandy. If not and I make a new user I only get the Domain\Users group then have to manually add in the other groups. Is there any way to change this functionality to add more groups on creation without resorting to copying?

    This stems from the deny local login question I posted. I can deny login by a global group but then this means every new User ID HAS to be in that group or else it won't deny the new hires.

    E.G. I set the local setting for the front desk PC's to deny log on locally for anyone who is in the Non-front desk global group. This means all users currently on our domain has to have this global group added to their user account except the ID's we want to log in. This also means all new creations should have this by default.
     
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    maybe a windows script. I have done those before. I can see if I still have mine, and if so I will modify it for you and send it.
     
  3. StumpedTechy

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    Yeah I wanted to change the default action of the right click new user though. Not force my facility to be using yet another of my scripts LOL. I am sure I could whip up something in vbs to interface with AD and new user creation.
     
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