|Dec 3, 2012, 08:25 PM||#1|
Make Network Account Local Admin?
I'm new to OS X server. I just setup Lion Server, OD, and a couple user accounts which are working fine, but is there a way to configure a network account as a local admin? So that way no matter what computer they login to-they are an administrator. I cant seem to find an answer to this one.
Thanks for the help.
2012 15" cMBP - 2.6 i7, 8GB RAM, 240GB SSD + 640GB HDD - Verizon iPhone 5
|Dec 5, 2012, 04:29 PM||#2|
I'd suggest creating a 'local admin' user group in OD and applying *that* via profile - that way you can just add/remove users from that group rather than editing the profile every time you need to make a change.
I've not got any firsthand knowledge though, only theoretical so could be mistaken.
|Dec 15, 2012, 09:53 PM||#3|
And the users who should have local admin rights to a group in OD. Then use the 'dseditgroup' command to give that OD group admin rights on the client.
sudo dseditgroup -o edit -a “od group name” -t group admin
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