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May
26
comment How to clone computers to give each an unique computer name
@Mark Henderson: Thank you for your suggestion! I will sysprep in the future! :) @SpacemanSpiff: Thanks! Download link for Sysprep for Windows XP SP3
May
26
comment How to clone computers to give each an unique computer name
Wow you are very advanced, Chadddada. I just want to clean up the piles in my to-do list.
May
26
comment How to clone computers to give each an unique computer name
@Mark Henderson: I am happy to hear your suggestion! I have understand that Sysprep would ease my effort. Unluckily I do not have Windows Server 2008 R2. Can I still run sysprep in Windows XP and use ghost to clone the image?
May
26
comment How to clone computers to give each an unique computer name
@joeqwerty: I used to install ghost image to 100+ computers. Without any configuration, the computer will have the same computer name.
May
24
comment How to set group policy in windows server 2008 domain?
Thank you. Your answer helped me to arrive at this site which may be useful for others :)
May
24
comment How to set group policy in windows server 2008 domain?
@Patches: Thank you! I would like to give a +1 to you. I would also consider the best practice when I design the policy next time.
May
24
comment How to set group policy in windows server 2008 domain?
@Robert Moir Well, everyone is wishing for the the best brief, but reality is.... Anyway, As far as I understand, the policy is applied to the following other: 1. Default Domain Policy 2. Default Domain Controllers Policy
May
21
comment How to set group policy in windows server 2008 domain?
I am sorry that I am new to Active Directory. If both policies are effective, what will happen if they have conflicting values? I found that DC means Domain Component. Am I correct that all computers joining the domain are called Domain Component, so both policies are effective?