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Group Policy HOW TO Guide

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Hi everyone

I am looking for a down to earth introduction to group policy implementation in 2003 environment. How to greate organisational units and correctly apply group policy settings. I have not been able to find anything on microsofts website wich I find "user friendly enough" so to say. Specifically, I am currently having to setup a 2003 Terminal server where users must be restricted from doing certain things while administrator should have full access. simple enough you would think and, I'm sure it is, but how do I actually go about it as newbie to GP ?

Anyone with a link to a good online learning resource or guide?

Thanks in advance
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Courtesy of Brian at adminprep.  Very good article and demo.

Kevin

http://www.adminprep.com/articles/default.asp?action=show&articleid=55
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DK_Monster,
http://www.computerperformance.co.uk/w2k3/gp/index.htm

Good site. Check this also
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Thanks, all very helpfull. I found the last link the most user friendly, but thanks for all you input.
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Awesome. I'm lucky I found this thread...exactly what I needed as well. THX!
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