SBS 2003 GPO

Posted on 2007-07-21
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
I am running SBS 2003 on a very smalll network (10 computers). I would like to disable the Default Domain policy entirely. I would like the users to have control of their own computer resoureces.  
Question by:larrystewart
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    Expert Comment

    Unlink the policy?
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    Accepted Solution

    I think there is a disable/enable button to activate/deactivate a group policy.
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    by:Toni Uranjek

    What exactly are you trying to achieve? Disabling or unlinking Default Domain Policy is not recommended. If you want your users to have administrative control of their workstations add their domain user account to local Administrators group. I would do that either. not do that either, because it's againt basic security principles.


    Author Comment

    Thanks for your response. I did use the enable/disable option and I am getting the desired results.

    Thank you

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