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Re: Windows Server without AD?
From: stcroix111 () netscape net
Date: 9 Dec 2009 17:44:47 -0000

A Windows server not running AD is not an issue in itself. Are the user accounts admin accounts? If not the ability for 
one of the users changing the local admin account is not a concern since they would not have native access to this 
privilege (hacking the credentials aside, of course).

Hope this helps.

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