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Prevent Users for changing Firewall and desktop wallpaper setting

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How do you prevent Users (user access) for changing Firewall and desktop wallpaper setting.
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You would use a GPO.    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb490626.aspx     and the wallpaper is under   GPO   Administrative Templates\Desktop\Active Desktop
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simply don't give them admin rights on local computers
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That isnt going to stop them from changing wallpaper
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