[THIN] Re: Group policy logon restriction question

This might be another thing AppSense's Application Manager can do. It lets
you remove buttons, menu options, etc. from apps, although I'm not sure if
it could do it at the login screen. 

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From: thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:thin-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Paul DeHaan
Sent: 17 December 2003 8:47 AM
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Group policy logon restriction question


I haven't run across one, but there could be some reg hack to make this
happen.  Personally I would be cautious doing this.  This would have to be a
Computer Configuration policy or HKLM registry entry since at boot no one
has logged in yet.  If a domain computer account were to get corrupted (or
whatever), and you couldn't log in locally... you would be up a creek!

Regards,


Paul DeHaan CISSP, CCNA, CCA...
Network Administrator
J.M. Huber Corp.

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>>> CBennett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 12/16/03 12:12PM >>>
Is there a way to remove the options button from the logon screen in a group
policy?  Admins will still need the tab but I want to eliminate the button
for users.

Thanks for any help,

CB

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Cameron Bennett
MIS, Technical Support Specialist
Rouge Valley Health System
phone: 416.284.8131 x4660
cbennett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx 


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