Windows 10: Adding Authenticated Users to Another Group

Discus and support Adding Authenticated Users to Another Group in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; Hi, Need help in adding "Authenticated Users" group to group(Docker-Users) created by Application "Docker for Windows" through Powershell.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by Sai Yeshwanth, Oct 1, 2018.

  1. Adding Authenticated Users to Another Group


    Hi,


    Need help in adding "Authenticated Users" group to group(Docker-Users) created by Application "Docker for Windows" through Powershell.


    Platform: Windows 10


    Machine is in Domain. While trying to add, we needed to change Scope to Local Machine for Authenticated Users to appear, then we were able to add.


    Now we need to implement the same thing through Powershell.


    Application requires Authenticated Users group to be in Docker-users group.


    Kindly provide a way if possible through Powershell to achieve the above scenario.

    :)
     
    Sai Yeshwanth, Oct 1, 2018
    #1
  2. Goatberg Win User

    NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users added to Users group upon every restart

    I have a Windows 10 computer that I would only like certain users on a domain to be able to login to. Lets say limit access to only those users in the group named football.

    I have added the football group to the Windows users group. The computer is on a domain and I noticed the following two groups both of which I removed from the Windows users group.

    • NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users
    • NT AUTHORITY\Interactive
    I have tested that NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users is allowing users outside of the football group to login to the computer and this is not wanted.

    If I remove both of these groups from the Windows users group then they will reappear upon every restart of the computer. This did not have with Windows 7. This seems to be a security problem???
     
    Goatberg, Oct 1, 2018
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  3. hameed22 Win User
    Enable Snipping Tool for some of the AD Users in Group Policy

    Need to Enable Snipping Tool for some of the AD Users in Group Policy, we have blocked for most of the AD users but now operation has suggested to enable snipping tool for selected AD users.
     
    hameed22, Oct 1, 2018
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  4. Adding Authenticated Users to Another Group

    How to Create MUlti-user Folder Security for a School Setting


    Samuria,

    Thanks for the suggests. A couple of comments or questions.
    1)There is no group called Everyone on my security tab
    2)is there a precedence order on the list of Users/groups on the Security tab. For example is it top to bottom or bottom up? Do individual users have precedence to groups
    3) is there a defined hierarchy to the list of. For example is Users a subset of Authenticated Users,....

    Again, thanks for taking your time to respond
     
    Jerrythesurfer, Oct 1, 2018
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