I`ve got a problem with a connection to network printers.
When i try to install the printer as Power User through the network ( or "RUN": \\'server'\'printer' ) i get a error: "A policy is in effect on your computer which prevents you from connecting to this queue".
When i try to do the same as Administrator the connection is made without any problems.
I already tried the secpol.msc to find the error, but i cann`t find any restrictions.
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