Microsoft365 Business hybrid rights issue

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We use Microsoft365Business in a hybrid way. We linked the local server AD to Azure AD using AD Connect. That all went fine. We are able to login to our workstation using our e-mailadress. However some users need to have administrator rights on their machine but we do not succeed to realise that. When we make the user member of the administrator group, the local machine stills asks for admin credentials in order to install a programm. How to fix this?

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