Disable TCP/IP properties for Local Admin

How to disable TCP/IP properties for Local admin user in a domain network on XP systems
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Hind987Asked:
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Mike ThomasConsultantCommented:
/User configuration/Administrative Templates/Network/Network Connections/ "Prohibit TCP/IP advanced configuration"

Possibly some others too, you will see a full list of available options when you navigate too /User configuration/Administrative Templates/Network/Network Connections
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Mike ThomasConsultantCommented:
That would result it no one beaing able to modify the properties, why would you want to lock out a local admin? But if you did you would modify the local machine policy by running gpedit.msc however consider making this user a non admin.

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jakethecatukCommented:
This can only be done on a per machine basis and you would have to do it via Local Policies.

The reason being that group policies only apply at a domain level and a local admin is not known to the domain.
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Hind987Author Commented:
hi MojoTech

which policy should i enable using local machine policy by gpedit.msc

thanks.
hind987
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pwindellCommented:
I think you are flirting with disaster.

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Hind987Author Commented:
Hi

I have done it........ my enable  2000 network connection settings for administrator...........in gpedit.msc

we can disable tcp/ip properties for local admin by doing above steps............

Thanks for commets............

Cheers..
Hind987

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