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hi expoerts


i need to give permission to  change tcp/ip parameters , installation software to selected users

coz when i m tyring to change the tcp/ip properties, its saying un seffection privilage . would u please tell me how can i give selected uses to change the tcp/ip parameters and instalation software

my domain is win2000
thanks in advance
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by:For-Soft
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The network properties are available to every user, unless it is blocked by policies.

You can change the settings with Policy Editor (available on the windows 98 CD). Or you can czange the proper registry setting directly.

To disable the network related policies it is enough to import following registry file

-----------begin of  NetOn.REG
REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Network]
"NoNetSetup"=dword:00000000

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Network]
"NoEntireNetwork"=dword:00000000

--------- end of NetOn.REG

The file is designed for the current user. For other users it would be necesary to edit their keys.
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by:mdnaimathullah
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thanks

98 machine i make a member of  windows 2000 domain.    after that if the users need to install some software, then is it possible can users install the software

and

abvoe the registry if i change the settings, users can change the tcp/ip settings, and there is no group policy on domain
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Windows 98 permits user to do anything. There are no permission system like in Windows 2000.

There are some policies available, but all they are doing is blocking some system fuctions.

Windows 2000 domain will be effective only in case of network resources available on other non Windows 9x computers. It can not stop Windows 98 user from installing whatever he wants on his computer. The same goes to Windows 98 network settings.

The only thing that can block some local system functions on Windows 98 are system policies, and they are nothing to do with network domain the comuter is logged in.
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