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    gpo application issues (kids removing network cables)

    Greetings,

    Our students have found out that if they turn off the wireless during logon then the vast majority (if not all) of the group policies apply that are set for them. Meaning they can change settings, access programs they shouldnt etc.

    Any way i can either force the policies to re-apply as soon as the network connection is re-establised or force a logoff if it drops during logon?

    Many thanks
    James

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    ignore this post now please

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