How can I allow a non administrator domain user account to enable/disable network adapter.
I have many users in my company domain named as mycompany.org who are using Dell laptop with windows 7 professional. I am using Windows Server 2008 R2 as domain controller. On priority, my users need to enable / disable network adapter (its my organization requirement), but currently the system denies them this privilege without an administrator password. A prompt display every time to provide credentials. Is there a way to give them permission to enable / disable network adapter without any prompt. Step that I have already taken are:-
My domain user named as student13 (with Window 7 professional installed in a laptop) is added in a group Network Configuration operator in Domain controller.
In domain controller a GPO has been configured as:-
Ability to enable/disable a LAN Connection Enable
- The created GPO above linked to an OU that have the users who needs to enable / disable network adapter.
I believe what i need to do is make sure that my users should be the part of the Network Configuration Operators Group. This group enables my users to delegate the privileges that can manage the configuration of networking features.
I have done all the possible solutions but still my users face a problem to enable disable network adapter. A screen prompts to provide credentials appear every time. Kindly help me out.