We have a dozen or so users of the same PC (it's a production PC running a dedicated software package). The PC is connected to our Windows 2003 Server, and each user logs in with his/her own account. When a change is made on this PC by the main user (such as the default printer) the change does not trickle out to the other users on this PC. Because this isn't a network-wide situation, I don't think Active Directory is my answer. I'm wondering if there is a way for the main user to change certain settings and then force them out to other users of this particular PC. The alternative option, which I'm not fond of, is to create a generic login for this PC.
Thanks in advance.
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