i want to restrict users in my domain to protect their ms excle sheet. how can i do this
Answer Question | March 10, 2009 10:20 AM
GPO, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Microsoft Excel
Hi, I need to change the local admin password on about 800 machines in a Windows 2003 domain. I have thought about scripting and applying it via GPO. Any other ides anyone?
Answer Question | March 20, 2009 6:33 PM
GPO, Group Policy Objects, Windows Server 2003, Windows server administration
What is a typical procedure of downloading a ca or certificate authority and giving a particular user or administrator access to it so he can assign certificates to other users? After I hook up a server to a gpo, how do I configure the security policies in the gpo so that I can disable the [...]
Answer Question | January 1, 2009 7:16 AM
GPO, Group Policy, Group Policy Object Security Configuration with Windows Server 2003, Group Policy Objects, Windows Server 2003
I have created a GPO to push an Adobe update and I need to create a script to determine if the update gets pushed or not. I would like the script to check a registry key that contains the Adobe version. I have never created a script before for pusing a GPO and do not [...]
Answer Question | April 4, 2009 3:46 PM
Adobe, GPO, Group Policy Objects
Is thier a solution for a small home network(2 Computers) Microsofts group policy looks way too much for me.
Answer Question | November 24, 2008 3:00 PM
Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Home networking, Home networks
Hello and thanks for looking and possible helping I have a Win Server 2003 R2 Service pack 2 Running WSUS 3.1.6001.65 My Active Directory is on a Win Server 2003 R2 service Pack 2 64 bit My issue is I implemented the Wsus server and the IT Director wants to be able to log into [...]
Answer Question | December 30, 2008 5:17 AM
Active Directory, Administrative privileges, GPO, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Organizational Unit, OU, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server Update Services
Can the file types options, under “ExplorerToolsFolder Options File Types [File Type e.g. XLS]Advanced Browse in same window” be set automatically e.g. by use of Group Policy objects (Windows XP SP3)
Answer Question | October 28, 2008 3:51 PM
File Type, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Windows XP
Actually, this is more complicated. Running Win2003 Srv R2. I created a GPO that assigns a printer to a particular OU. In the OU I put a Group that has a certain number of users. When the user logs on to the machine, though, the printers don’t show. HOWEVER, if the user logs on remotely [...]
Answer Question | September 12, 2008 2:15 AM
GPO, GPO printers, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Organizational Unit, OU
I have a backup external hard drive connected to my system. I just noticed there is a “GPOs” folder on that drive. Within that folder is manifest.xml and a bunch of policy sub-folders. How can I change the drive this is stored on?
Answer Question | September 10, 2008 4:43 PM
Backup & recovery, Disk backup, GPO, Group Policy management, Group Policy Objects
I want that before I log on to my machine, the screen should display a dialog box requiring that I hit the Ctrl-Alt-Del key combination before the username and password dialog box appears.I tried using the group policy object editor in microsoft management console(MMC)to enable it but I could not.
Answer Question | August 28, 2008 6:12 PM
Ctrl-Alt-Del, Group Policy management, Group Policy management console, Group Policy Objects, Microsoft Management Console, MMC
we are looking to see whether there is any GPO setting which Prevent users from sending encrypted messages while they have the certificate. I appreciate if you can support us in this regard.
Answer Question | August 12, 2008 1:07 PM
GPO, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects
I need to restrict internet access in a particular department in my organsation and i need a way by i cld do that using Group Policy
Answer Question | August 12, 2008 11:41 AM
GPO, Group Policy Objects, Internet access, User Permissions
Hello, We have a group policy for our users who log into Citrix. The folder redirection had worked, however, some changes have been made by a member of my team, and I am struggling to find the solution. We have 2 GPO’s, one for “Admin Users”, and one for “Common Users”. Common users should have [...]
Answer Question | August 7, 2008 1:31 PM
Active Directory, AD, Citrix, GPO, Group Policy Objects
We recently added another group policy object to a domain with 3 sites so that logon scripts are handled depending on in which site the user logs on due to hotdesking personnel. The problem that seemed to develop from that is that, although the “Shutdown” button is available in all workstations and the servers can [...]
Answer Question | July 22, 2008 1:32 PM
Domain management, GPO, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Policy-based network management, Windows XP
Windows XP SP3. I worked on a project recently where we had to install preimaged machines and do the final tweaking for the End User. What I noticed was, instead of the vunerable C: drive carring this critical section of personal data, it had been redirected over to a safe zone of drive D:Documents and [...]
Answer Question | July 16, 2010 9:11 AM
GPO, Group Policy management, Group Policy management console, Group Policy Objects
Whenevery we apply a new IE policy to the citrix servers we are having issues to were some users aren’t getting the policies applied to them. When we look at the gp modeling wizard it shows that the policies are being applied. It doesn’t seem to affect normal desktops clients the same way. Has anyone [...]
Answer Question | July 14, 2008 3:40 PM
Citrix Server, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects
When migrating our Active Directory accounts, can we migrate GPO and our user accounts at the same time or do we need to setup GPOs on our OUs and then start the migration?
Answer Question | April 5, 2009 6:30 PM
Active Directory, Active Directory migration, Group Policy Objects
I need help with a problem in a W2K3 domain. When I try to create and link a GPO, I get the following error: “Access Denied” I am the Domain Administrator. In the Dcdiag and gpotool there are no errors. And the rights of SYSVOL seem to be correct. Can you help me?
Answer Question | July 12, 2008 2:16 PM
Domain management, Group Policy, Group Policy Objects, Windows Server 2003
I am unable to open a Group Policy Object. The system cannot find the path specified in Windows Server 2003. I can open about half of the GPOs and edit them, but I can’t open the other half. If I rebuild the GPO, it works fine. I have run DCDIAG (Clean), GPOTOOL (Clean), I have [...]
Answer Question | March 4, 2008 9:27 PM
GPO, Group Policy Objects, Windows Security, Windows Server 2003