group policy preference section not visible?

Posted on 2008-11-14
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Last Modified: 2013-11-21
I want to set the keybaord for some users with groiup policy preference, but i can not see the preference section in my group policy's what should i do?
Question by:guyvh
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readydave earned 500 total points
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What do you mean by "set keyboard"? Set it to what? --Dave

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also, have a look here.. you may be able to use a script to accomplish your task...


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i have about 150 users in different country's that are already working throught citrix but now for a certain application i have to adjust the reginal settings and the keyboard. I do not want to logon with their usernames because i will have to do it 150 times, so i am looking for a solution to set the regional settings and keyboard in their windows profile via group pilicy preference or throught another solution


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