Originally Posted by BBAdmin
My opinion exactly. Why would you ever have a 'one does all' administrator....I don't want to belittle anyone, but it's nothing short of rookie and lazy administration.
Maybe because there is only *one* administrator? Nah....
The good news is that I don't have to give myself 16 character passwords any longer. Bad news: some of the applications I depend on won't run under my account any longer and need to be on different machines now.
Lazy? No, efficient. Now I have to either terminal in or go to the server in question (on a different floor) to do that part of my job. Compared to before, that's a waste of my limited time.
So what groups do I need to remover network administrators from for this to work?
Any domain account with the word "administrator" in it.