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Win2K Local Policy Based on Indv.. User

By jkeltg1 ·
My building recently got a small lab of Win2K PRO machines. We don't have a Domain/Active Directory system in place, but I'd like to apply a local security policy on each PC based on each user (i.e. an Admin logs on and gets everything, a CAD person gets access to CAD (but not too Control Panel), a Student gets only IE and no other security info, etc...)

Is there a way to build such a policy that will only affect certain local users on that machine? I plan on having 4 different types of users, so I would need this scenario multiplied by the # of users. And of course it would be nice to export this/these policies so that I don't have to go to every machine and repeat that task over.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!!

Thanksin advance,
Jim Keltgen

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by Pan 13 x In reply to Win2K Local Policy Based ...

see link for info.

http://www.microsoft.com/TechNet/biztalk/btsdocs/biztalk_server/lat_secure_intro_keld.htm

use the Local Security Policy in the administrative tools from the control panel. one you have set one machine up the way you want it . right click on the
top security settings and export to a inf. save the file and use this to import into the other machines.

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by jkeltg1 In reply to Win2K Local Policy Based ...

That's exactly what I'm looking for. Thanks again!!!

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