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    System Policies & RAS

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    by alp ·

    To effectively manage our corporate desktop we enforce strict system policies and profiles.

    However, for dial-up clients we would like the user to be authenticated to the domain, but do not want to apply the policy/profile to the user. In other words, the user has to log into the domain, run the login script, but not bring down the policy.

    Anyway around this?

    thanks

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    • #3894977

      System Policies & RAS

      by rmartin ·

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      You could implement group policies and add all dial in users to a NT Group. WIN 9.X group policies take some extra steps in setting up.

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        by alp ·

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      by guy ·

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      Rmartin is correct. I would add just check the order that the Groups are proceesed, it goes from the Bottom to the Top. So the highest group over rides lower groups.

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        by alp ·

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      by alp ·

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