WINDOWS 2000 PROFESSIONAL
In some situations, however, you might want to grant an additional group of users the ability to manage services. One of the easiest ways to grant users the rights to manage services is to configure group policy settings. You can configure these rights at the site, domain, and OU levels; however, the policies aren't available at the local level.
To configure these rights, edit the group policy object from the Active Directory Users And Computers console. Follow these steps:
1. Browse to the Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | System Services branch.
the service whose policy you want to configure.
4. Click Edit Security, add the user or group, and grant the Start, Stop, and Pause permission to the newly added user or group.
sure the System account has Full Control, and click OK.