Where do you set this GPO to allow RSoP?

Posted on 2006-06-07
Last Modified: 2008-03-06

In the above link, the author comments that he has solved the problem (last comment, right below accepted answer).  Where in the GPO is this setting?
Question by:tspa
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    RSoP is just an msc that you can use to view the policies applied to varios groups/users.

    You just need network admin rights - and you se if from within MMC.

    Or do I misunderstand what you mean..?
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    My apologies for the long break...this is the first email (regarding last post) i have received about this thread...strange...anyway, this is exactly what i needed...thank you so much...and a few extra points for your troubles...

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