[gptalk] Re: Network rights

  • From: <jpsalemi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2006 08:48:40 -0500

yes, on each system...the domain group would apply to domain controllers.

depends on how many laptops you have, you could probably use restricted
groups, and add domain users (or some type of laptopusers group) to the
local group, but that may not be desirable.



John




                                                                           
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You mean on each local system and not in the gp? Or do you mean the local
group in active directory?

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Hi Eric..

Try placing them in the network configuration opeartors local group. That
should allow them to set the "alternate configuration"

Hope that helps,
John




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