[THIN] GPO to Appsense settings Export?

  • From: "James Scanlon" <James.Scanlon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2011 13:19:56 -0000

I have a GPO that sets 800+ user registry entries on logon.

All office 2003 / IE / Environment settings but it slows the users logon
down by around .. 35 seconds!

The questions i have is
1) can appsense improve the logon speed by doing the registry changes
itself? (either every time the user logs on or only if not set)
2) Can these settings be easily exported from the GPO (somehow) and then
imported as Appsense EM settings

Thanks to anyone if you have any ideas / replies... :)

James P Scanlon
Wintel Analyst
E james.scanlon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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