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I have several user groups and would like each user group to see a specific desktop when the log in.  The users all log into a terminal server.  They also want specific favorites setup for each group.  I would imagine that group policy is the best way to set this up.  Can anyone please tell me the steps and best way to go about that?
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You need to get acquainted with scoping GPO's: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc786768(v=ws.10).aspx
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Yes, I understand how scoping GPO's works.  I was wanting the answer in terms of where should I apply it?  Should it be a computer or user gpo?  Should it be applied to the security group? What are best practices for applying profile (desktop apps and favorites) information based on group membership?
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