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How can I make the windows-95 search for a policy file after I have made one through poledit?
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by:rmarotta
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Select Find from the Start Menu and search for *.adm or *.pol files.
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Ralph

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by:zeus_akkali
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i wanted to know as to how do you make apolicy file active.And also as to how do i make sure that no more profiles are being made by just changing the login name and password.
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I don't think that's what you asked for.
But here is a link that should answer all your questions:

http://www.windowscentral.com/features/howto/security/max.html 

I hope this gives you everything you need.
Ralph

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by:bchew
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To make the policy file active (on a WinNT network), name it config.pol, and save it in the netlogon share of your domain controllers.

If this is what you wanted, please reject rmarotta's answer so I can submit this comment as an answer.
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by:zeus_akkali
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This is what I asked for and that is wht I got!Thanks a lot ralph for your help.I have tried out these and it works fine.thanks again..

Zeus
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