Many organizations provision domain administrator privileges to IT helpdesk and support staff to expedite management of Active Directory (AD), end-user devices, and servers. While domain admin rights are required to perform some high-level AD tasks, they are not needed for day-to-day management of domain-joined PCs, servers, or AD. The Domain Admins group is added to the local Administrators group on every domain-joined device, so one way to provide remote access for IT staff is to simply add accounts to the Domain Admins group. But with domain admin privileges comes great responsibility.
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