Enable/Disable Network Interfaces

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Networking' started by Stefan Helmig, Jan 14, 2007.

  1. Hello NG,

    How can I allow a basic user to
    enable or disable a network connection
    (the network device/card)

    If I put the user to the gorup
    "Network Configuration Operators"
    the user "has not enough rights"

    And if I allow this by enable the
    rights in "Local Security Policy"

    Security Settings -> Local Policies
    -> User Right Assigment
    -> Load and unload device drivers

    for "Network Configuration Operators"
    or for the Basic User itself,
    it will not work too (after the UAC
    comes up, and typing the basic users
    password -> not enough rights)

    This is strange, because I allowed this
    in "Local Security Policy"

    How can I do this?

    Stefan Helmig, Jan 14, 2007
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  2. Hello Pavel,

    It sounds good, but I don't know how I do this.
    Sorry, but the User already has a name and a password
    I can't create the same Username with
    Administror-Privileges ??? It's confusing


    User FullName Desc. Priv./Group
    user user ... Users
    user user ... Administrators


    And if this would work, the user has Administrator
    Priveleges for the whole Computer - isn't it?

    This is very confusing to me...
    I hope you can explain it.

    Stefan Helmig, Jan 16, 2007
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