• Getting “entry too long” error when editing a domain GPO

    I'm getting this message when pressing Edit at one of the domain group policy objects (GPOs) on the server: "The following entry in the [strings] section is too long and has been truncated."

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  • Getting additional GPOs without XP workstation

    In your article "You'll want to do this Win2k upgrade," you give a way to get XPs additional GPOs. Is there another way that wouldn't require the use of an XP workstation? I don't have any XP PCs yet, but I do want the additional security settings that XP offers.

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  • The effects of GPO version numbers on Group Policy replication

    The relationship of the version numbers for the Group Policy Template and Group Policy Console of each GPO are important for proper Group Policy replication. Expert Derek Melber discusses this relationship and explains why the numbers don't always add up when using Windows Server 2000.

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  • How can I give users rights to configure and setup printers using a GPO?

    If I understand the question correctly, you have a user that is logging in as a least privileged user. If this is the case, then you are asking how the user can be configured with the correct user rights that will allow them to install a local printer?

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  • Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPO) basics

    Expert Laura E. Hunter runs down the basics of Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

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  • How can I list or record the GPO priority list in a file?

    We have 294 GPOs (group policy objects) migrated from NT 4.0 and applied almost exclusively to Global Groups instead of OUs (organizational units). They're all positioned at the root, and the default domain policy has the highest priority. I'm desperately looking for a method to list/record the GPO...

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  • Activating and deactivating USB ports

    Is there a way to activate or de-activate the USB ports in Win2k or WinXP with a GPO?

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  • Admin Know-IT-All Question #24

    Group policy objects are a convenient and widely used way to enforce certain behaviors on all the machines in a specific environment. There are, however, some pitfalls to using GPOs that may not be obvious even to experienced administrators. Like this. One of the errors that can be logged on...

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  • Secedit to force GPO changes

    Use this command line to trigger group policy application for a local computer or currently logged on user.

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  • Clients not updating properly

    My clients are not updating as scheduled. We have Active Directory and an isolated GPO that forces all computers to a specific SUS site and schedules the install to occur at a specific time. When viewing the Automatic Update pane on the client computer, it shows the correct settings; however,...

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