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Hi gurus!

I'm completely lost with all these security issues in Win2K.
Well, the problem is: I have a standalone Win2K Professional workstation, no servers, no AD, no DNS.
I need just apply more restriction to certain user or group (Users). Locally.

I've read all that Microsoft HOWTOs, but still frustrating: I don't understand the key trick - how to apply those settings I play with in Group Policy or Security snap-ins to the certain user or group???
What I have now is the settings (either Computer Configuration or User Configuration once have been changed) affect all users even from different groups. Seems oddly. How to isolate it? I need a normal admin and a tightly restricted user...

I suspect maybe I have to apply the Security Template or policy during logon, in the script using secedit? I don't quite understand the role of database here too.....
But in WinNT that was working somehow without logon script.
Or where to get a simple step-by-step instruction how to succeed with this trivial task?

Exhausted and disappointed.
Need your guide.
Thanks!
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With a single workstation you can only use Local Security Policies, ther eis no way that I am aware of to have multiple policies in this situation.  You can however prevent the policies from affecting the administrator: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;293655

The only security that you can apply based on local groups is NTFS rights and Registry Key rights.
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Thanks, it works!
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Glad I could help.  MSGeek.
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