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Network Configuration Operators : Members of this group can make changes to TCP/IP settings, Rename/Enable/disable LAN connections,Delete/rename remote access connections, enter the PIN unblock key (PUK) for mobile broadband devices that support a SIM card and renew and release TCP/IP addresses on domain controllers in the domain. How to let standard users configure the TCP/IP settings (Note: you better use an account of the Network Configuration Operators group for security reasons; please read the comments to this article.) Next you have to copy the BAT file and the Steel Run As executable to a folder of the user's laptop. Launching the Steel Run As executable will open a Command Prompt where the user can enter the IP Terry L@u's blog: Allow local users or domain users Jul 31, 2014 How to Configure CentOS 7 Network Settings - Serverlab

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Basic Network Configurations

Windows usually detects the presence of a network adapter automatically; typically, you don’t have to install device drivers manually for the adapter. When Windows detects a network adapter, Windows automatically creates a network connection and configures it to support basic networking protocols. You may need to change the configuration of a network connection manually, however. Active Directory Security Groups (Windows 10) - Microsoft Network Configuration Operators Members of the Network Configuration Operators group can have the following administrative privileges to manage configuration of networking features: Modify the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) properties for a local area network (LAN) connection, which includes the IP address, the subnet Local Group Network Configuration Operators on Win10