Windows 2003 Group Policy and NT4 Workstation

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I am migrating to Windows 2003 and the documentation is a little confusing. Will I be able to take advantage of Group Policy features such as desktop lockdown on the NT workstations?
ASKED: April 5, 2005  3:41 PM
UPDATED: April 8, 2005  10:20 PM

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  • Kilwani
    No you cannot
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  • Jtennyson
    Thanks for the answer. Does anyone have a suggestion on how I can lock them down?
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  • K12Support
    You can use polices and profiles. Here's a link to Microsoft's white paper. http://www.microsoft.com/ntserver/techresources/management/prof_policies.asp
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  • Sonyfreek
    Create a system policy using the System Policy Editor (poledit.exe) the way you did it with NT 4.0 and place it on the Netlogon share on the server. Sonyfreek
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  • Sonyfreek
    See the link for the exact steps to solving your problem. http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;814598 Sonyfreek
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