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Group Policy How to

How to add the computer account or user accounts to the GPO
How to create a group policy in SBS
How to create a local group policy that won't apply to some users
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How to check what policy settings are in effect.
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How to create a Group Policy Object
How to disable changing display

How to disable changing display
How to disable SBS Group Policy
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How to export/import Remote Access Policies
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How to hide the Control Panel, Printers, and My Compute
How to restore deleted Group Policy Object files
How to restore deleted default domain Group Policy
How to setup a policy to deny certain users logon a computer
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How to Setup TS Group Policy Objects for Windows 2003 and XP
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How to set time limit for disconnected session
How to set a time limit for active but idle Terminal Services Sessions
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How to disable changing display

 To disable changing Display, go to MMC>Local Computer Policy>User Configuration>Administrative Templates>Control Panel>Display.

How to disable domain group policy

You may have many options to disable group policy. you can disable the use of group policy objects on the local computer by changing the Registry. Please refer to this post for more details: How to: disable group policy

You can also disable a Group Policy Object Link. For example to disable a policy in domain controller, please follow these steps:

  1. Open Active Directory Users and Computers.
  2. Right-click the site, domain, or organizational unit to which the Group Policy object is linked. Then click Properties.
  3. Click the Group Policy tab.

4. Right-click the Group Policy object link that you want to disable, click Disabled, and then click O to apply.

How to setup a policy to deny certain users logon a computer

By the default, Administrators, Backup Operators, Power Users, Users, and Guest are assigned rights to log on locally on workstations and servers; Account Operators, Administrators, Backup Operators, and Print Operators are assigned rights to log on locally on domain controllers. To prevent some users to access a computer, go to MMC>Local Computer Policy>Computer Configuration>Windows Settings>Security Settings>Local Policies>User Rights Assignment, remove the Users and add a user or groups who are allowed to access to the computer.

 

 


 

 

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