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    Hello all!

    I have a Question / Problem.
    Sorry about a newbie question.

    I have Windows 2003 Enterprise Edition SP2.
    This server is a Terminal Server that runs few applications.
    This server is not Domain and not a part of a network.
    I want to edit his policies in: MMC - Group policy object editor.

    But when i edit the policies they also apply on ME (Administrator)
    How can i disable this?
    I want only manage on my users and not my Admins.

    This server can't be a part of Domain cause programs that i run on him
    don't work with Domain.



    Thanks
    RgGolbraich

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    Re: Policies

    Hi,
    What policies are you exactly referring too?
    AFAIK, In a Local GP if it is a Computer Configuration setting, there is nothing you can do as it'll apply to whoever logs into that computer.

    On the User Configuration section you can go to the GroupPolicy folder in C:\Windows\System32 and go to the security tab. In there you can add the local user account or Group and assign them the Deny Read & Execute permission.
    That will prevent the policy from applying to them.

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