Desktop and Mobile Device Management software
Windows Configurations-How To
This document provides you with steps required to move a user or group from one local group to another. In a computer there are many groups. The members of each group have a different level of access. For example, the members of an Administrators group have complete and unrestricted access to a computer or a domain whereas the members of a Remote Desktop Users group have permission to logon remotely.
Note: You can move users from both local groups and domain groups to a local group. You can also move local users from a local group to a domain group or from one local group to another.
Let us assume that you have a user called dcadmin in the local group called Administrators. You want to move this user from the Administrators group to another local group called Remote Desktop Users. To move the user from the Administrators group to the Remote Desktop Users group, follow the steps given below:
You have created a configuration to move a user or group from one local group to another. This configuration will be applied when the agent contacts the Desktop Central sever during the 90-minute referesh cycle.