Setting Up Group Policy

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  • Kobe 310
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    Is it possible to set policies to users on a terminal server NOT part of a domain, without affecting the administrator.

    example.

    hiding a specific drive

    hiding administrative tools in start menu without using the properties of the clients session

    disabling task manager

    When i apply these under gpedt, it applies to the administrator too.

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