[THIN] Re: Group Policy

As you are using loopback and machine based (effectively) are you
considering machine security on the GPO?
 
Neil

-----Original Message-----
From: Greg Reese [mailto:GReese@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: 11 July 2002 17:04
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Group Policy


I followed everyone's suggestions but I am still not getting the results I
want.
 
Here is what I have done so far.
 
I have an OU called "Terminal Servers".  In that OU is a Windows 2000
Terminal Server (Sp2, hotfixes, MF XPa SP2)
 
I created two GPO's for that OU.  Once is "Restrictions for Users" and one
is "Restrictions for Admins"
 
Security for "Restrictions for Users" is as follows:
 
Apply Group Policy:  Allow is checked for Domain Users, Deny is checked for
Domain Admins.
 
For Restrictions for Admins: Deny is checked for Domain Users and Allow is
checked for Domain Admins.  The Loopback policy is set to "Replace" for
both.
 
None of the settings are applied for a user or an admin unless that user is
moved from its current OU to the terminal server OU.  I am trying to get it
to apply the restrictions only when a user logs into the terminal server. I
want them to remain unrestricted when they log in to their local Win2k or XP
Pro workstation.


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