Re: gpedit.msc and the Guest Account

The best thing to do is disable the guest account so that it can not be
used. -- Steve

"prince1142003" <prince1142003@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
I need to disable certain features that the Guest account in Windows XP
allows. The features needed reside in gpedit.msc. So how do I go about
this? I tried making the guest account an administrator, but it didn't
As soon as I changed it back to a guest account, the settings were lost.

So I guess my question would be: is there any way to let the Guest account
access gpedit.msc and then later disable that access?


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