Advanced Windows PowerShell Scripting Video Training

Advanced Windows PowerShell Scripting Video Training
Advanced Windows PowerShell Scripting Video Training

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Q: What does each of the different user rights do?

User rights give the user (or group) the ability to perform certain activities on the computer (or other computers). The difference between User Rights and Permissions is this:


User rights:
· Attached to the user account.
· Allow the user to perform actions on the computer (or the network)

Permissions:
· Determine the level of access a user has to an object in Active Director.
· Attached to the object.

In Sever 2003, there are 39 different user rights. To get a detailed explanation of each user right and the default members:
· Open Local Security Policy (or Default Domain Controller Security Settings)
· Expand Local Policy
· Right Click User Rights and select Help.
· A list of all user rights is listed in the right hand column.

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