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

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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arnoldCommented:
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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Itzik HornsteinAuthor Commented:
You can make each user his gpo localy.

Its not in domain.
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arnoldCommented:
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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arnoldCommented:
Tot correct prior comment, https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc766291(v=ws.10).aspx

How are your powershell, vb programming skills. You might be able to use those to ........
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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