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    Windows 7 and 2003 Server

    Quick question-- I've got a Win 7 machine with RSAT and going to set up the profiles.

    DOes the Windows 7 machine have to left on when the profiles have been configured or are they stored on the 2003 server.

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    Don't need to leave it on, all the GPOs are just reg frags which are stored on the server just like a 2003 policy. 2003 works with 7 just fine, there are only a few things that it can't handle.

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    Setup a central store on your windows 2003 domain controllers for your ADM/X template as well.
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