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On a Windows 2003 AD domain, is there a tool to allow one to do different cached logon rules for different OU's?
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No There is no tool like that
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inbrasan, do you have any suggestions for accomplishing that goal?
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In GPO under the Security policy there is one setting named "Number of previous logons to cache" You may increase the no to number you want to be caches. Use different setting for different OU as per your requirement. Hope this help you
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You know what... I think it does.  On the templates I set that, but the SysAdmin said it was impossible to change from one OU to the next.

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One last thing, where is "Number of previous logons to cache" .  I'm examining a policy now.
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Under the GPO
 Local Policy->Security Policy
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