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Other than memorizing and documenting each user's credentials, is there way that I can use the Windows Domain Administrator credentials to login to a workstation-user's desktop as if I were them?
I think this is called impersonation, but my searches are finding articles dedicated to running scripts as a particular user, while I need this ability for non-script-administrative purposes.
Sometimes, after hours (for example), I need to see desktops from the User's perspective, and make modifications to aid their work-flows. I have some users who can't find an application unless it is a desktop shortcut! So I need this for stuff like this, and other things too.
Update: I found this question on Server Fault:
None of the answers offered much hope. I guess I'll just have to change the user's password if I don't know what it is an tell them what I changed it to next work-day?
As an admin, I wish I could just login with my admin-credentials to any non-admin user. In Linux, I can do this using the