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Khaledinho
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« on: February 18, 2004, 10:06:26 PM »

Hi
First Question:
From start menu select run then type gpedit.msc
The group policy will open which contains many settings for your OS that apply to all users.
How can I apply the Group policy (gpedit.msc) on a particular
user?
Second Question:
When I open the resultant set of policy (Rsop.msc)
I receive an error message "Your adm files are not up to date" and the
choices given in the resultant group of policy are less than the group policy.
How can i solve the problem?
And thanks very much
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« Reply #1 on: April 17, 2004, 10:43:56 PM »

Khaledinho:

If I understand your question, you want to be able to assign different group policy attrbiutes to different types of users.

The best way to do this is using groups and OUs. With respect to your first one, are you running a domain?  Windows 2000/XP/2003 is designed to use Organizational Units (OUs) for Group Policy. That is, you should put users with common security or features needs into separate OUs. Then you create a different GPO (Group Policy Object) for each OU on the domain controller. That is the best way to do individualized group policy for users.

I don't know much about your second question. you might want to try searching the microsoft knowledgebase for the error message.

Hope this helps.

HogWild
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