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    Task Manager not showing up - Strange One!

    This is a strange one.

    Win2k svr, running a grp policy to disable Task Manager. Some of the XP clients are not showing the Task Manager when logged on as either local or domain Admin!!

    I enabled Task Manager on a local client to check, but still no joy.

    Can anyone suggest a fix.?

    I need to access task manager on several machines to kill some processes, whilst upgrading some software.

    Your help is greatly appreciated.

    ENNY

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    I've not tested this my self but if you apply a user policy at the domain level I think it will apply to the Administrator too. Try applying your user policies on user OU's

    Just remember LSDOU

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    Or you enable loopback processing, to enable a gp setting on a ou of computers. Strictly speaking gpos with user settings should be applied to a ou with users or use the security filtering to just apply to a certain group.



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