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Using Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2, how can I give a user the DEBUG privilege? There doesn't seem to be an option anywhere in "Active Directory Users and Computers".

Is there another tool I should be using to toggle this for AD users?

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Are you talking about assigning the SeDebugPrivilege right to user accounts throgh Group Policy?

If so, you're talking about using the "User Rights Assignment" functonality of Group Policy (see this article for an example of such a scenario).

Otherwise I'm not sure what you're looking for.

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