Re: Group Policy-Security
From: Steve Seguis [MVP] (steve_NO_SPAM_at_scriptmation.com)
Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2005 05:23:02 GMT
If those settings are defined at the domain level (i.e. default domain
policy). then nothing you do at the workstation level with override these
settings unless there is a policy that overrides it at the OU level.
-- Steve Seguis - MCSE, MVP Windows Server, SCJP SCRIPTMATION, INC. Automating the Enterprise http://www.scriptmation.com "CJC" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:7vAMd.firstname.lastname@example.org... > Does anyone know if it is possible and where to go in the registry to > change the values for password aging, remebering same passwords etc. that > are set in group policy? I have a machine with a corporate image on it so > those group policy settings are grayed out to me despite having local > admin rights. Thanks, >