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Old 07-20-2004, 03:22 AM   #1
saavik
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Samba ntuser.pol


Hy!

I would like to use ntuser.pol file to block the access to several menu options like /extras/options.

My samba3 is working fine.

I learned that i can use gpedit.msc to edit the policie file.

So i tried the following:

1.) Edit the User specific Options in gpedit.msc
2.) Logout
3.) make the ntuser.pol writeprotected
4.) Set the defaults in gpedit.msc
5.) login as the 'changed' user with the write protected ntuser.dat (ntuser.man)

Probelm:

The changes are not written to the ntuser.dat, only stored local.

So has anybody an idea?
 
  


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