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May
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comment How to export a detailed list of Active Directory users' “Member of” tab?
True, I have had to keep that in mind when I share scripts in my group, as I'm the only one with PowerShell experience, and as such the only one who ever upgraded past 2.0
May
22
comment How to export a detailed list of Active Directory users' “Member of” tab?
Just saw that Josh R beat me to it. His is simpler as well.
May
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answered How to export a detailed list of Active Directory users' “Member of” tab?
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accepted GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
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comment GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
I wish it could be that simple, but layer 8 and a number of proprietary apps mean that we can't remove local admin privileges. At least under the new structure, users are limited to having admin access only in their own department, which is a step up from having Domain Users in the BUILTIN\Administrators group.
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revised GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
changing title and adding more tags to better describe the actual issue.
Jan
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comment GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
You're right, if I log in with my non-admin test account, it maps correctly. I was hoping the "Run in logged-on user's security context (user policy option)" would get me past that. Is there a way around this issue, I can't exactly remove local admin rights for the users.
Jan
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comment GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
Actually yes, yes they do.
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answered GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
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comment GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
Yes, I didn't think that the version mismatch was likely the culprit, I was just listing that out as something I'd found as I was digging. We will stick with Windows 7 while it is being sold, the reason for evaluating 8/8.1 is so that we're up to date, and if I find the Windows 8.1 isn't going to work on our network for general users, that's fine, we just want to know.
Jan
27
comment GPP drive map to nested share maps to root share on Windows 8.1
Well, retail support for Windows 7 will be gone long before extended support is. What we don't want, is to be downgrading Win8+ workstations to Win7 in 5 years, and then be faced with the end of patch support. I suppose that 'crisis' was a poor choice of words, I'm just testing viability of Windows 8.1 so that when OEM Windows 7 is no longer available, we can use Windows 8.1.