Allow Non-Admin User to Control Start Stop of Windows Service using Group Policy. In this video, i will show how to grant a standard user without administrative rights the permissions to start and stop a specific service using group policy in Windows Server 2012 R2.
By default, common users with no system administrator privileges cannot manage Windows services. It means that they cannot stop, start or change the settings or permissions for such services.
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