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Security Policies for PC's and terminals

By jlego ·
We have a situation where we will have several users connecting to a system via neoware stations using Citrix Metaframe XP but will also use personal computers. We want to be able to set a policy to lock down the desktop on the neoware station but not on the PC. Since the neoware station isn't in active directory itself (as a computer or otherwise), we are not sure how to set a policy so the user can login to neoware and only use what the are allowed and log in to the their PC pretty much unrestricted. Does anyone have experience with this?

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by curiousjp In reply to Security Policies for PC' ...

Assuming a couple of things...

1. Your Citrix servers are members of the domain.
2. The "Desktop on the neoware station" would be your Citrix enabled desktop.

If so... we are in a similar situation. Since your Citrix servers are in AD, you can place your Citrix servers into an OU and apply a GPO to that OU to restrict the Citrix desktop environment. This way only the Citrix clients receive the policy settings in the GPO. Remember to apply visability to your GPO for your Citrix users.

I could elaborate further if this helps.

J

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by curiousjp In reply to Security Policies for PC' ...

E-mail me with your specific questions. I can try to answer them.

jpohlman@bigfoot.com

Thanks,
J

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by jlego In reply to Security Policies for PC' ...

That sound great. Can you elaborate a little more and the points are yours.

J

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