Re: how did gp change on its own

From: James (jgrace_at_digitelusa.net)
Date: 06/20/04


Date: Sun, 20 Jun 2004 03:41:05 -0400

ok thanks for the reply ....well how do you allow the domain users to be
able to change the ip address... now they get a pop up saying that they have
permission limitations lockdown
"Dusty Harper {MS}" <DHarper@Online.Microsoft.com> wrote in message
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> Group Policy doesn't change on its own. Policies are inheritable. This
can
> cause some unexpected behaviorisms. Otherwise, most likely someone
manually
> edited the policies, altered the settings via the registry, or ran a
script
> to alter the policies.
>
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> "James" <jgrace@digitelusa.net> wrote in message
> news:uDp4WZXVEHA.3596@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
> >
> >
> > I have a new domain setup and was adding users and computer to the new
> > domain.  Recently I added a new user and now his profile is
> > Lockdown..meaning there permission has been alter so they can not chang
> > network setting, clock setting stuff like that..   Limited permission
...
> > how did this change if I didn't do I  and what steps do I take to
correct
> it
> >
> > domain is widows 2003
> >
> > users are mixed
> >
> >
>
>