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Locked Computer

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by jak0lyte, Nov 8, 2007.

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  1. jak0lyte

    jak0lyte Thread Starter

    Oct 19, 2007
    hi everybody,

    i got a problem will my network
    i got a win2003 domain server and some xp pro machine
    i want to locked up the xp pro machine so that user cant change the settings
    where should i set the policies?
    anyone have a small network like this?

    my win2003 domain is already setup and working fine
    i want the xp pro machine to be setup to connect to the domain but i want to limit it
    for example in the xp pro machine i want to remove other program
    only the program that they used daily will be on the start menu
    for example if a user log in they will use the same desktop wallpaper
    in the start menu they can only see microsoft office
    no icon on desktop, hide all drive
    they can on see my documents so that they can save and retrive file
    they can view network computers but not network setting
    all administrative tools will not be seen
    for example is the control panel

    but if i log in as administrator, i can use the computer normally
    i want to do this to prevent user from installing and changing the settings

    hope some one can help and guide me

    thank you very much
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