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Does anyone know if there is a Policy Editor Utility for Windows 2000 Professional, like we have for Windows 95/98 and NT ? Where can I get it ? Thanks.
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Policy Editor is not installed with Win2000 Pro.  It IS installed with the Server version of Win2000.  Win2000 does support NT4 policies, so you can use the same poledit from NT4/Win9x.

You can administer your policies without poledit though by going to the Local Security Policy section of the Administrative Tools section in Control Panel.  Most if not all of what you can do with poledit you can do in here.
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