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    local gpedit

    Is there a way to import and export local gp settings from the command line ?

    Cheers

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    Re: local gpedit

    In what format fella?

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    Re: local gpedit

    any

    as got a laptop which we connect as standalone...

    anyway got two accounts one admin and one limited account

    anyway got few laptops need to setup like this and got a batch file that installs and sets everything up but want to set limited account up using gpedit and then export it and then import it on the other laptops...

    Russ

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    Re: local gpedit

    gpedit on local stations are global, and effect all the local accounts. I used to use gpedit to lock down XP stations on an NT4.0 domain.

    The way I managed them was to lock them down via gpedit, then run it again when logged in as admin to turn settings off, you get the idea

    As for copying the settings from one PC to another copy the folder C:\WINDOWS\system32\GroupPolicy and past to the same location on any laptops you want to lock down.

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    Re: local gpedit

    sorted brill...

    i suppose on laptop can keep a copy of grouppolicy folder that has it all blank and just copy that over the top when want to disable the gp settings

    cheers

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    Re: local gpedit

    Yeh, or just rename the folder GroupPolicy.old

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    Re: local gpedit

    hmmm - cool - didn't think that was possible!



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