I manage many workstations which are 60% w2k and 40% nt4. I have noticed that my logon script is not
making some system settings whether or not the user is an admin. It appears that the only way I can
make settings like "Don't show last username" and "Password experation" can only be manualy configured.
The script does not take effect on the w2k systems. It sounds like my only option is the group policies,
but I do not have access to the logon domain accounts or to implement group policies... mandated security
policies do not allow me this access, only logon script is allowed. So, now that I have more and more
systems with w2k, I need to find a way to accomplish these settings the way nt4 has allowed... any suggestions
"I guess the *.adm file is applied during login?"
"What rights do the logon users need to apply these policy settings. 98% of our users are just that... "
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