domain account

Posted on 2005-04-05
Last Modified: 2010-03-18
I changed some stuff in my group policy today at a new site.  Now my domain admins account can not install items at that site on the local machines there.  My tree is broken down by site and i added the new policy at the site level.  I only worked with desktop settings, IE etc.. i looked back through and i can not find what i did to make the domain admin accounts not be able to install there.  The domain admin accounts are located in a OU at another site seperate from that OU.  Any help would be appreciated i would hate to have to take all those changes off one by one.
Question by:hartnessjr
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    Accepted Solution

    Deny the Linked Policy from security tab in your group policy Properties

    Here are the steps:

    In the Domain Controller

    START>PROGRAMS>ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS>ACTIVE USERS & COMPUTERS>right click DOMAIN>PROPERTIES>GROUP POLICY>click once on the group policy that he made the changes>PROPERTIES>SECURITY>in the name section of security window choose the domain users>and in the permissions section choose APPLY GROUP POLICY>check DENY

    but since you are out of Domain admin group, it will not let you do it, if this the case then i believe if you add the user to schema admin, then it will work.

    let me know.



    Author Comment

    lol i fixed it im stupid

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