I am in the middle of deploying Windows 7 computers on a Server 2003 domain and have noticed that the Windows 7 has several more security settings than what is shown in the Windows 2003 Server Active Directory GPO. For example I am trying to allow the Windows 7 users to update printer drivers without administrative rights, and I think I do this through the Point and Print Security in the GPO, and this option is not on the 2003 Server GPO.
Two part question: 1) How can I allow windows 7 users to update their own printer drivers? It it is through the "Point and Print" GPO, how can I load this on my Windows 2003 server to configure it?
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This will be demonstrated using Windows 7 operating…
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This will be demonstrated using Windows 7 operating system.