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Windows 7 Thread, identical users having differing restrictions in Technical; Greetings, I have a problem whereby i have two users, both in the same ou, both with the same forced ...
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    identical users having differing restrictions

    Greetings,

    I have a problem whereby i have two users, both in the same ou, both with the same forced mandatory profile, both recieving the same policies and both members of the same security group. When i log onto a client pc however, one can run a particular program that the other cannot. I can recreate this issue on other pcs so it must be either profile or policy based however im not sure how since they both receive the same.

    Can anyone suggest somewhere else for me to look please?

    Thanks
    James

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    Are the computers getting the same policies at the computer level? What does gpresults show?

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    just run rsop user sessions as each user logged in and rsop computer sessions on two different machines. Both are the same in each case.

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