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Win 95/98 registry

By krissovo ·
I am currantly a network admin for a large company with a lot of users still on Win 95/98 on a NT4 Domain. My problem is that they have rights on these machines to carry out admin tasks and software installs which is creating a lot work for an already over worked IT dept. I know in NT4 that you can change various registry settings which lock down the workstations quite a lot.... I imagine that the win 9x offers this feature as well but can not find any info anywhere. Can you help a graying haired 30 somthing over worked service manager?

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Check this out

by jschein In reply to Win 95/98 registry

Pretty nifty, higher than what previous versions of windows administration went from microsoft.

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What about policy editor?

by sdcphoneguy In reply to Win 95/98 registry

Have you not done any reading on policy editor which is a utility on the 98 CD and I believe you can initiate policies by writing them into the log on script from your NT server. These policies can do things like taking the add/remove programs iconfrom the control panel. Just do some research on "Policy Editor".

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by admin In reply to Win 95/98 registry

is the general path. You can also do registry hacks (poledit is kind of a reg hack gui).

Poledit is probably in a folder on one of the MS disks you already have, if not, get links for 9x versions at MS here:

Hope this helps! :)

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