how to apply group policy to a runas user?

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group policy which is related to a user does not work when we run a program as user(runas).wh have to login with user on local system(ntuser.dat get updated) and then runas user works with group policy setting.(such as hiding all hard drives).how can i update group policy in user profile without login with user? or runas a program with group policy for the first time?
 

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ok i describe it more simple. step 1: you make a gpo in windows 2003 domain control and make domain userX as a member of that gpo step2 : in a client u have logged with userY and u want to run a program (such as notepad) as userX,when u run program the group policy which userX is member of it is not applied. step 3 : you logoff and logon with userX on windows and now group policy is applied. now if u run a program as userX when you logged on with userY or ... every thing is ok and group policy is applied.
gpupdate apply group policy for current logged on user not for another user which i want run a program as that user. thnx.
 

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but i need gpo applied for a runas user. example: when 1.i right click on notepad as select Run as.... , 2.run it as userX (while userX is a member of a gpo which hides local drives),3.when user wants to save a document in notepad the dialog must hide all local drives BUT IT IS NOT TRUE.
 
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