[gptalk] Re: Override GPO No Override?!

  • From: "Darren Mar-Elia" <darren@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <gptalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 13 Aug 2006 21:19:31 -0700

I guess I don't quite follow the scenario, but can you just turn off the
Enforced setting on the Default Domain Policy and then set the Default DC
Policy with the appropriate rights?

Darren 

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Subject: [gptalk] Override GPO No Override?!

When I was setting up a development lab domain, I followed the suggested
practice of tightening up security on my DC by setting the "No Override"
default domain policy option. However, now I am away from the dev lab with
no way to connect to the domain, trying to install Windows Installer 3.1.
This uses an app called Update.exe which requires specific user rights such
as backing up files. The effective policy is preventing me from proceeding. 
I think a clean install may be the only way around this, but I don't want to
attempt this on the road. Is there any way that I could get around this to
install these applications?
Thanks in advance,
Octai

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