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    GPO WMI Filters

    WMI... brain.... hurting....

    H'anyway, heres the situation. I have an OU. In that OU there are some computer accounts. Applied to the OU are two GPOs, lets call them A and B. I only want GPO A to be applied when a teacher logs on and I only want GPO B to be applied when an enterprise administrator logs on. Inside these GPOs are some user settings (screensaver policy to be precise) so I know that I will have to set User GPO Loopback Processing to "merge"

    Can anyone give me the appropriate WQL Query? I've tried googling it but its just making my brainache worse :|

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    Re: GPO WMI Filters

    Sorry, stupid question. Found a better way it would seem. Theres no need to bugger about with WMI when there is a way within the GPMC to make a GPO apply to certain PCs and users already

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    Re: GPO WMI Filters

    Use a security filter instead.



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