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    Oké, i am confused.
    Can somebody please explain to me in plain english, what the use is of "member of"tab in restricted groups.

    i understand the use of the members tab, but do not see any use for the members of tab. Especialy when you consider local groups and group nesting.
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    Re: Restricted groups

    The "Member Of" tab shows which groups an object is a member of... whatever the object is. I don't understand why this is useless?


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    • #3
      Re: Restricted groups

      Thanks, but you are propably talking about the "member of" tab in the group properties?
      Yeah sure, when you are talking about security principals.
      Group nesting is something i know well enough.

      But i'm talking about setting up restricted groups by group policy.
      When you create a restricted group policy you have a members tab. Here you put the members who will be member of the restricted group.
      Example
      Builtin\administrators
      Members:
      Domain Admins
      Member of:
      ?
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        Re: Restricted groups

        see 'Approach 2'
        http://forums.petri.com/showthread.p...3093#post53093


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          Re: Restricted groups

          Oke,I got it.
          Thx!
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          • #6
            Re: Restricted groups

            oke, i want to add the TS users to the remote deskop users group on ts servers, but do not want to remove the existing users.

            According to that thread i should ad a group "remote desktop users" to the restricted groups. And enter the "TS users" group in the "member of" tab.

            But when i do that, the policy isn't processed and generates an error (1202) in the Application log. When i add the TS users to the "members" tab, the policy is processed and generates no error in the application log.

            But than the remote desktop users group is restricted to the local administrators group and the TS users group.

            That is not really a problem because i can still add the required groups to the "members" tab, which is a work around. But this wont help me in grasping the function of the "members of" tab in the resricted groups policy.

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