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    Remove ranger for networks

    Hi we are looking at removing rfn and using gpo for all lockdown. Does anybody have a template they would be willing to share for student, staff, admin for example. Thanks in advance

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    Its well worth doing it yourself to become familiar with the GPO settings I found.

    I did a couple of threads on upgrading to windows 7 which discussed the policy lockdowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zag View Post
    Its well worth doing it yourself to become familiar with the GPO settings I found.

    I did a couple of threads on upgrading to windows 7 which discussed the policy lockdowns.

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    cool will do thanks

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