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From: Jeremy Schafer (jschafer_at_td.rutgers.edu)
Date: Thu Aug 15 2002 - 10:07:04 CDT
I work in a Telecommunications Division that supports more than 200
routers. These router people need to be able to change their network
settings so that they can get on the network and download IOS images,
Cisco TAC information, etc. My problem is that I want to be able to manage
their Win2k machine and give them the ability to change their IP
addresses. So far, the only solution I found is to give these users local
administrator access. From a technical aspect, is there anything else I
can do besides that? I have tried doing web searches and looked through
the resource kits but didnt find anything useful.
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
--- Jeremy L. Schafer RUCS/TD/Network Systems/Systems Administrator Email: jschafertd.rutgers.edu Pager Email: jschaferpager.rutgers.edu ---