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Display Properties Settings tab missing

Posted on 2004-10-06
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Hi Experts

It would appear that the setting tab in display properties on my windows 2000 server is missing,
does anyone have any ideas please.

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Anet367
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Anet367
If this server is on a domain, then it is likely that the administrator has set a GPO that prevent access to this tab.

If the server is not on a domain then it probably has incorrect display drivers installed.

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Cheers JamesDS

It was a GPO called "test" with only "Hide Settings Tab" enabled.

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Welcome, glad to help

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