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How to copy the computer configurations in Group Policy or edit the computer configurations-->security settings in Windows XP registry.

I need to find the best way to either copy the Computer configurations-->Windows Settings-->Local Policies-->User rights assignments in group policy or edit the registry.  This is in a domain done at the workstation level.  I copied the User registry.pol file for user settings, but the computer cofigurations will not copy over.  I have tried to copy the entire adm folder and the machine folder.  The failure to see changes may be due to a domain policy restriction.  If it is not possible to copy the group policy, I need to be able to edit the registry for the following group policy settings:  

Computer configurations-->Windows Settings-->Security Settings-->Local Policy-->User rights assignments
--Prevent local users from lgon locally
            --Only allow

               aikane78759

               Kamono88
--Force shutdown from remote system
           --only allow
             administrators
             kamono88
--Shut down the system
           --only allow
             administrators
             kamono88

Does anyone have any insight?
           
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kapesCommented:
do u want to do this on standalone PCs, which are not in domain...

then configure a custom  security template.. with your settings and apply it using secedit.exe

REFERECE:

How To Apply Predefined Security Templates in Windows 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb%3Ben-us%3BQ309689&sd=tech

Working With Windows 2000 Security Templates, Part 1
http://www.brienposey.com/kb/working_with_windows_2000_security_templates%2C_part_1.asp

Working With Windows 2000 Security Templates, Part 2
http://www.brienposey.com/kb/working_with_windows_2000_security_templates,_part_2.asp
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