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Can domain users modify a registry key?

Posted on 2004-04-20
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I would like to allow all domain users to change one registry key when they need to (they should be able to start and stop a service, of course not manually, but by executing a small program). Can it be done through group policy settings?
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milanche
You can create a custom GPO template that assigns rights to a single reg key

Take a look at the MS technet article Q323639 on how to create custom templates

Cheers

JamesDS
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Time is short and I have no experience in using .adm language...

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Problem solved. Without creating any GPO templates.
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