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    Group Policy: Restrict Users to Explicitly... How to add a custom SnapIn to this list

    By default, we deny all staff/students from running MMC. We've now got a situation, where we're planning on allowing 1 teacher to run 1 custom MMC on 1 specific computer.
    I was hoping to do it by setting:
    Admin Templates | Microsoft Management Console | Restrict users to the explicitly permitted list of snapins.
    and adding the custom snapin.


    But i can't find where to add a custom made snapin to the 'allow' list. Anyone know if i can do it this way/done it another way?
    Do i have to create a custom ADM file to get it to work?
    or have a missed a blindingly obvious GP setting somewhere?

    Thanks

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    Answered own question, bit more persistence with google:

    How to Add custom MMC "Snap-Ins" in GPO (Windows 2003 AD) : mmc, restricted, snap

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