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By gazza7 ·
How do uou set up group policies on windows XP on a domain. On win 9*, you use the policy editor, add .adm templates, set restrictions, then save the file as config.pol on the PDC in the netlogon share. I can't find how to do this on Win XP. I've had a look at local system setting and the MCC with the add snapin, but still cannot find how to set permissions for different groups or add templates. Is their a walk through anny where?

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by Alpha-Male In reply to Group Policies

Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Active Directory Users and Computers.

Right-click the container that you want to have the GPO linked to, and then click Properties.
Click the Group Policy tab, click New, and then type a name for the new GPO in the New Group Policy Object box.

Click the GPO that you created, and then click Edit.

Click to expand User Configuration, and then click to expand Software Settings.

Right-click Software installation, point to New, and then click Package.

In the Look in box, browse to the share where the I386 folder is located.

Make sure that the path that you enter is an accessible Universal Naming Convention (UNC) path and not a file system path.Open the share that contains the Windows Installer package, click Winnt32.msi, and then click Open.

Click Publish, and then click OK

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by gazza7 In reply to Group Policies

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by superhill In reply to Group Policies

If you want group policies on the local machine you would need to go to the run command and type gpedit.msc and that would allow you to edit local group policies.

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