Set domain wide performance options with group policy

Posted on 2006-05-22
Last Modified: 2008-01-09

Hello all,

When you right-click my computer-->properties-->Advance Tab-->Click Settings button under the Performance option, there is a radio button the allows you to Adjust for best performance.  I want to make a group policy that sets this option for all xp users.  I don't want to have to walk around and manually set this.  Please advise.

Question by:a1doors1
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    Would this help in your case:
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    And here's another page, which has the exact registry setting specified:

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    That seems to work...


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