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open folder to Create Local Gpo for user (non doamin) "C:\Windows\System32\GroupPolicyUsers"

Posted on 2016-07-17
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To open the localy user GPO have to go Locally to mmc, snap in / group policy --> select user .

i want to create this automatic with command there is a way for that ?
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Local GPO is one computer/user you can not have different local policies based on a user.
There is only one local GPO.

A domain based GPO can be customized to apply certain setting to specific user/users.
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You can make each user his gpo localy.

Its not in domain.
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The local GPO administered throup mmc, group policy does not provide the flexibility you are looking for. Such granular control is only available in a domain environment where there could be several gpos.


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Tot correct prior comment, https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc766291(v=ws.10).aspx

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You could create the gpos and copy the contents... What changes are you hoping to implement on a user by user basis?
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