This package requires a domain admin account to run as a service account. I have created an account for this, but...
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my question to you is: How do I push this account information to reside on all the PCs in the domain? Thanks.
Computer Configuration | Security Settings | Restricted Groups
Then, when prompted for which group to add, simply TYPE IN the name of the group you want to add. In this case, it's Administrators. Then, pick the Active Directory users you want to add, and add them to the Members of this group dialog. And, bang! Instant addition of user accounts to local administrator group.
Do note, however, that the Restricted Groups function is a "rip and replace" function -- meaning any administrators you have locally defined will be ripped out in lieu of what you put in this dialog box.
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