Running windows server 2003. Does a client computer have to be a "managed" pc with the guid entered for any of the settings in the group policy under "computer configuration " to take effect?
I am trying to set up a log on script to add the shared printer to all the pc's on the network but none of the settings in the "computer configuration" section of the GPO will take.
The ones I set in the "user configuration" section of the GPO work great.
Also If I get the log on script to work in the "computer configuration" section will this load the printer onto that pc for all users that log on because currently it always displays "connecting to" the shared printer at log on.
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