Hello All, I have created a custom ADM file for mapping network printers for our Windows 2003 terminal services. 1. I want the policy to only get applied to the terminal services sessions and not the workstations the end users is logging on to. It is currently doing both. 2. Is there a way to modify the KEYNAME using the GPMC instead of coding it in the ADM file for future need of printer change outs. I have 4 different printers so I have 4 ADM files, I cannot use loopback processing. Thanks for any input on this! =================================== CLASS USER CATEGORY "Windows Components" CATEGORY "Terminal Services" CATEGORY "Custom Installed Printers" KEYNAME "Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows" POLICY "PrinterName" #if version >= 4 SUPPORTED !!TS_SUPPORTED_Win2k3_Sp1 #endif EXPLAIN !!PrinterDef PART "Default Printer" EDITTEXT DEFAULT "\\Server\PrinterName,winspool,Ne11 <file://server/PrinterName,winspool,Ne11> :" VALUENAME "Device" END PART KEYNAME "Printers\Connections\,,Server,PrinterName" PART "Provider" EDITTEXT DEFAULT "win32spl.dll" VALUENAME "Provider" END PART PART "Server" EDITTEXT DEFAULT "\\Server <file://server/> " VALUENAME "Server" END PART END POLICY END CATEGORY END CATEGORY END CATEGORY [strings] User="User" TS_SUPPORTED_Win2k3_Sp1="At least Microsoft Windows Server 2003 with SP1" PrinterDef="Definition DISCLAIMER: This electronic mail message and any attached files contain information intended for the exclusive use of the intended addressee and may contain information that is proprietary, privileged, confidential and/or exempt from disclosure under applicable law. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any viewing, copying, disclosure or distribution of this information may be subject to legal restriction or sanction. Please notify sender if you are an unintended recipient and delete the original message without making copies. Thank you.