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georgec
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Restricting policies to certain machines.

Hi,

Is there any way you can enforce different policies on the same user or group of users based on the machine that user is logged on to? For Example: for desktops a total lockdown and for laptops certain usb devices should be allowed ?


Thanks.

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Re: Restricting policies to certain machines.

I believe its by user.  But as a test you can try the different policies on Laptops vs. Desktops by putting them in the System Tree under different folders.

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Re: Restricting policies to certain machines.

Nevermind, I found a way.

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Re: Restricting policies to certain machines.

Found a way.

Message was edited by: georgec on 10/1/10 12:10:56 AM CDT
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