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    As you all know if we make a limited account user on win xp then user is unable to see tcp/ip configuration and to change tcp/ip.
    so, is any other way so that a computer administrator user cannt see or change tcp/ip.

  • #2
    Re: tcp/ip

    you want to make an administrator not able to see the tcp settings ?

    also - while you're at it, take your limited account, open a command prompt and type in "ipconfig /all" - you should then be able to see the ipconfiguration..


    you can use group policy to prevent accounts accessing control panel objects..
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    • #3
      Re: tcp/ip

      can you let me know exact policy name so that i can find out.

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      • #4
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        not sure of the exact option sorry champ :/
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        • #5
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          google search for "gpo prevent control panel" comes up with the following:
          http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms811649.aspx
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          • #6
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            your given link showing win 2000 gp properties where as i want win xp.
            so, please send me xp gp property.

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            • #7
              Re: tcp/ip

              The setting is located at

              User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Control Panel\Prohibit access to the Control Panel
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              • #8
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                @Neil999
                You should be capable of doing some research yourself, rather than expecting other members to spoon feed you with the exact information you need

                In particular, most if not all Windows 2000 group properties apply to XP (and later)

                Can I recommend a very helpful, although little known, web site called
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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by neil999 View Post
                  your given link showing win 2000 gp properties where as i want win xp.
                  so, please send me xp gp property.
                  I am immensely sorry that my first attempt at providing you with some support, assistance and guidance as to how to perform the operation or function you required was not appropriate enough to meet your exacting standards.

                  I admit that the information I was able to find for you, in a 30 second google search, was not fully fact checked, and not appropriate to your environment. I am also deeply apologetic for this.

                  I sincerely hope that the next time you ask blatant questions, and then ask for further information without showing any signs of actually trying to do anything yourself, that I am able to help you more appropriately.
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                  • #10
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                    No reply is necessary to the above post.

                    Thank you.
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                    • #11
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                      r u all angry from my post?
                      if yes then i am telling you that i am asking exactly answer from all you because i think you all are master of MCSE and help me out very easily so that i can also save my time.
                      so, please you all dont mind and help me out as usual.

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                      • #12
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                        The point we are trying to make is that you may save yourself a little bit of time now but you are not helping yourself in the long run. If you make an effort to find out things on your own, you too will move closer to being a "master of MCSE"
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                        • #13
                          Re: tcp/ip

                          Originally posted by biggles77 View Post
                          No reply is necessary to the above post.
                          Considering that some of use use "Linear Post - Newest First" (raises hand) and others use "Linear Post - Oldest First", this might cause some consternation.

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