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Dec
13
suggested suggested edit on How can I configure a “catchall account”?
Dec
11
comment How do you get around security warnings when redirecting AppData?
@RyanRies: I've set that up through GP, but the result is still the same and I'm uncertain how to verify if the zones are actually updated. The dialogs in IE are greyed out and list no URLs at all.
Dec
10
asked How do you get around security warnings when redirecting AppData?
Dec
8
revised What are the “to-do” on protecting Windows server facing the web?
Fixed list formatting
Dec
8
suggested suggested edit on What are the “to-do” on protecting Windows server facing the web?
Dec
6
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
30
accepted How can I retrieve the default user/computer OU?
Nov
30
accepted How can I determine why a users password change did not succeed?
Nov
30
accepted How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
Nov
30
asked How can I retrieve the default user/computer OU?
Nov
23
awarded  Yearling
Nov
11
comment How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
No I didn't make use of the loopback functionality because I assumed that there is a difference between loopback and actually applying on the computer level. It didn't seem like that's what's implied in the description of the policy. I assumed there would be an equivalent policy for the user proxy settings, but for the computer. I also didn't get too far into the article because it said it applies to Server 2003.
Nov
11
answered How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
Nov
11
comment How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
@FINESEC: Interesting idea. But that would still apply the user policy and only set the proxy for the user. So the policy from the Microsoft starter objects would still negate that.
Nov
11
comment Does Outlook continue to auto-discover account settings for already configured accounts? Can it be prevented?
I'm not invoking this behavior through a group policy. There is also no hammering "without explanation" going on. It's Outlook, trying to auto-configure. It is very clear what is happening here. You claim that auto-configuration does not continue after an account was set up. Yet, I'm seeing very obvious and clearly identifiable evidence that it does.
Nov
11
comment How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
IE Maintenance is what I am using right now.
Nov
10
comment How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
@Nixphoe: I guess that would be an option. However, it would also be acceptable to simply deploy the user policy. But that user policy does not prevent the user from changing their proxy settings. So the problem is not about applying the policy to the right targets, but about where to configure the proxy settings when applying per-computer.
Nov
10
comment How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
This is what I'm having deployed right now. It does not result in the desired state.
Nov
10
asked How do you apply proxy settings per computer instead of per user?
Nov
6
awarded  Notable Question