Active Directory 2008 Allow Network Access Permisson

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Active Directory 2008
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Network Access Protection
I need to do a bulk edit of every user in our Active Directory OU and turn on Allow Network Access (in the Dial-in tab). It would also be very convenient to make it default for new uesrs. Thank you for your help and info. Regards

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Active Directory 2008

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The easiest way I guess would be using a group.
They are probably all in the Domain Users group already, and all users you create will also go into that group. So you can just add that group to a group that has Dial-in permission or use group policy to give them the permission.

If they are not already in a group then add them all to one and give that group permissions, then any users you create simply add them to that group – you could probably edit the user template so they automatically go into that group.

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  • Chetta
    Thanks Owen I will look further into this.
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