Windows Domain desktops
Posted on 2007-08-05
1 windows 2003 DC at main site
3 windows 2000 DC's @ remote sites
Win xp /2000 desktop
40 plus remote sites
We created a ghost image and create a standard desktop, then copy that profile over to the "default user" profile... and "everyone" is allowed to use this profile.
Currently users have to be added as an administrator on the desktop to be able to add printers and have full functionality of their desktop. We have experienced alot of users moving around and they currently call the help desk so that we can add them as an administrator to their desktop. I know there must be an easier way...group policy, but I haven't found an one.