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How do I add an administrator to a group?

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In the Add Group dialog box, select browse and type Local Admin and then click “Check Names “ Click OK twice to close the dialog box. Click Add under “This group is a member of:���������� Add the “Administrators” Group.
To create a new user, follow these steps: Click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers to start the Active Directory Users and Computers console. Click the domain name that you created, and then expand the contents. Right-click Users, point to New, and then click User.Click the Delegationtab Click the Help Desk Technicianslink, and then the Add New Technicianslink. Select the desired domain. Choose the users, whom you wish to configure as help desk technicians, by clicking the browsebutton located beside the Select AD User field.

How do I create a new user in Active Directory?

Open the Server Manager, go to the Tools menu and select Active Directory Users and Computers. Expand the domain and click Users. Right-click on the right pane and press New > User. When the New Object-User box displays enter a First name, Last name, User logon name, and click Next. Enter a password and press Next.

How to add Windows 10 to domain in Active Directory?

Method 2: Add Windows 10 to Domain from Settings App Press the Windows key + I to open the Settings app. Navigate to Accounts -> Access work or school, and then click Connect on the right side. In the popup window, click on the “ Join this device to a local Active Directory domain ” option.

How do I set up a help desk in Active Directory?

Log onto a Domain Controller, open Active Directory Users and Computers (dsa.msc) Create a security Group name it Local Admin. From Menu Select Action | New | Group Name the group as Local Admin. Add the Help Desk members to the Local Admin group.

How do I add an administrator to a group?

Add the “Administrators” Group. NOTE: When adding groups, you can add whatever you want, the GPO will match the group on the system, if you type “Admins” it will match a local group called Admins if it exists and put “Local Admin” in that group.

How do I add an administrator to a group?

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