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Apply Win2k Security Policy

Posted on 2002-07-01
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Hi ,
can anyone give me the step by step procedure for applying security policys to specific groups / users using policy editor ?

I know how to use poledit but not sure what other changes have to be made.

Steve
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Are you creating policies for NT and Windows 95/98 clients or are all your clients Windows 2000?
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All clients are windows 2000...thanx for responses....
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so if i wanted to tie a user down to just havin start button and help for example i could use the link youve given jassav?
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Yes, his article is exactly what you need to use to set this up.
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