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How to enable network properties in user account

By doonyakka ·
I'm sure there must be some WinXP Group Policy setting that allows a limited user to change the Network Connections settings, but I can't find it. Any ideas?

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doonyakka

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yes! You can do with Group Policies

by raj.techtips In reply to How to enable network pro ...

yes! You can do with Group Policies.Here you follow the details,
<Click> Start -> Run -> <Type> gpedit.msc ->
(Here u will find two nodes 1.Computer Configuration 2.User Configuration.Highlite second option-User Configuration and expand it and expand Administrative Templates subnode and their u will find some more subnodes and u again expand "Network" and just highlite "Network Connections" and their (At right siede)u find some policies settings for users.Done
Hope you may got right comment !

regards
Raj

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...apparently not...but different solution found

by doonyakka In reply to yes! You can do with Grou ...

Thanks for your reply.

Actually, none of those GP settings enable user access to networking properties. The GP help text says the following:

"Note: Nonadministrators are already prohibited from accessing properties of components for a LAN connection, regardless of this setting."

However, I got around the problem by adding a specific limited user to the Network Configuration Operators group.

Problem solved!

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