Assigning group membership to built-in groups with Group Policy

Takeaway: Assigning a group to the local Administrators, Power Users, or Remote Desktop Users group of computer accounts is made easy with Group Policy. Rick Vanover shows how to set this via a GPO.

When it comes to assigning a group to the local Administrators, Power Users, or Remote Desktop Users group of computer accounts, Group Policy is the way to do it. But, be careful how you do this throughout the Active Directory forest. You can quickly find yourself with overlapping or conflicting entries and then accidentally may be forced to over-permission.

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