Operating system privileges

How can I give the user permission to install software but without the permission of the administrator ?



You will not be able to do this natively using the Group Policy. You will need to use something like Priveledge Authority. This allows you Whitelist applicaitons to allow users to install/remove them without being an administrator.

https://support.software.dell.com/privilege-manager-for-windows/download-new-releases

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You will not be able to do this natively using the Group Policy. You will need to use something like Priveledge Authority. This allows you Whitelist applicaitons to allow users to install/remove them without being an administrator.

https://support.software.dell.com/privilege-manager-for-windows/download-new-releases

Will.



You can assign software packages to users, so they can be installed on demand without using administrative accounts. But you cannot assign "wildcards", so to say. You are not able to let them install anything, but only defined packages.

So you'll indeed have to look for a 3rd party solution if you don't want to use the built-in deployment. I'll name powerbroker by beyondtrust.



Which group would you associate Users
Development firmware Software Testing ?

Guests Group ?

Or

power user group ?



What's the connection to this question, if I may ask? (Apart from not understanding it)
There's no power users group, it has been deprecated in vista - the name is still there but it has no additional privileges.
Why would you assign developers/software testers to groups? What would "firmware" mean in this context?



Seems to me that I was not clear enough .

I do not want to give the end user administrator privileges on the computer

So I ask which group associate it

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