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  • View group policy on Windows Server 2008

    How can I see what group policy is being applied to my Windows server 2008?

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  • How to deploy printers using Windows Server 2008 Group Policy Preferences

    I am working in a Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 Professional environment. I am trying to deploy printers using group policy preferences. I have setup two OU's. One is for students and one is for staff. As the group policy settings are different for each group, it was necessary to create two...

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • Software deployment policy

    I have made one soft. depl. policy (publish and assign both one by one) of Ms office 2007 on win 2008 Ent. So, when i m trying to install msword from the user side then getting Error 25004: Per user installation not supported. Hence, please help me out to sort out this bug

    Yogender270 pointsBadges:
  • Problems with force a specific visual style file or force windows classic group policy item

    In Server 2008 R2, found under User Config, Control Panel, Personalization When I set the option to enabled and specify the default of %windir%resourcesthemesaeroaero.msstyles the aero style will load when logging on to a Windows 7 computer, however the logon time is very slow (35 seconds). Without...

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  • How to set a Windows 7 custom theme in group policy to apply to all users

    I am trying to set a custom theme to be applied to all computers using Group Policy. I have setup my custom theme in Windows 7 and saved the file under the c:theme directory. I gave everyone full control of this directory. Then in Group Policy of Server 2008 R2, under User Configuration,...

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • How do you handle new machines joined to your domain?

    How do you handle new machines joined to your domain? Do you have scripts in place and GPs to automate most of your new machines setup? Can you share them with us

    Karl Gechlik9,860 pointsBadges:
  • Help with Group Policy Objects in Server 2008 64-bit

    Hi guys, I need some help with Server 2008 GPOs. This may be a noob question so be gentle! I have various servers in OUs and need to prevent users accessing other servers via a logged on server. e.g. User1 logged onto Server A in OU A, must not be able to access Server B in OU B from Server A, but...

    Ijross5 pointsBadges:
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