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Jul
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comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
TechNet says ITL can be applied to Preferences under Computer Configuration or User Configuration. Not Policies.
Jul
10
revised Applying a GPO to one user on one computer only
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Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
User Configuration -> Policies -> Admin Templates, I modify a policy somewhere inside. Also I turned on Loopback mode. Now I expect when user logges-on to a computer in group "Servers" the appropriate object will be applied to his windows explorer settings. Incorrect?
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
I tried and it doesn't work. I have a policy object for Authd Users and Group "Desktop Computers" which sets particular policy off. And another object for Authd Users and Group "Servers" which sets the same policy on. I run gpupdate and logoff/login. And it doesn't work.
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
It seems Item Level Targeting can be applied for user Preferences but I need to apply it to user Policies. And I don't see ILT in policy settings, only not set, on, off.
Jul
10
comment Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
Yes. I want to apply different windows explorer settings (hide something - turn on) for the the same user on one computer, and on another computer - the opposite (side something - turn off). I think you got it. Will check out your link right away. Thanks!
Jul
10
asked Is is possible to apply a Group Policy for the same user logged-on to different computers?
Jul
10
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comment Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
@AlanB: forward it from public IP/firewall to the gateway machine. In my case the web server previously was listening it.
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answered Server address requested and the certificate subject do no match
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comment IIS7 URL Rewrite breaks for URLs containing + characters
Nah, doesn't work(
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