troubleshooting Question

GPO to edit registry

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Windows Server 2008Active DirectoryWindows 7
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Hi.  Please let me know how to create a GPO on Windows server 2008 to edit the registry to get rid of the following vulnerability that was found by an Altiris vulnerability scan:

Microsoft Windows SMB Registry : Winlogon Cached Password Weakness

 Synopsis :

 User credentials are stored in memory.

 Description :

 The registry key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows
 NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon\CachedLogonsCount is non-null. It means
 that the remote host locally caches the passwords of the users when
 they log in, in order to continue to allow the users to log in in the
 case of the failure of the PDC.

 Solution :

 use regedt32 and set the value of this key to 0

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