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Adding Users to Public Computer

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I have a computer in a public room that I want everyone on my domain to be able to login to as an admin. The software they will be running needs admin rights. Either way I want them to use their own domain credentials to login. So other than going through and manually adding every user on the domain in the user accounts, is there a way I can do this with a group or something thats easier.

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You should be able to add them all to a group in Active Directory and then make everyone a member of that group. Then you would just need to make that group a local admin on that computer and you should be all set.
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