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Switching to Active Directory

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#1 efizzer


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Posted 29 August 2005 - 08:18 AM

Ok, here's my situation. We have about 16 ppl in our office. I'm getting more and more server duties (Administrator, Backup Admin, Schema Admin)put onto my shoulders every day. I have about 95% admin privs in the server. There are some things that are only for the four partners and the Senior Developer. These things I cannot access and really have no need nor want to. I do , however, need access to things that only the Senior Dev has access to. I don't think we're ready for AD as we have 16 ppl on the office network, any suggestions on what to do to get me full admin access, but still keeping me from being able to access the company sensitive stuff?

If I'm too vague, let me know, It's early in the morning & i'm a little tired.
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Posted 29 August 2005 - 10:34 AM

The company's proprietary things should be data, not programs, and they can password protect or use encryption protection for the data that they want to keep confidential without locking you out of the software used to produce it.

Edited by Enthusiast, 29 August 2005 - 10:35 AM.

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