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This policy setting allows you to prevent users from moving taskbar to another screen dock location. If you enable this policy setting, users are not able to drag their taskbar to another area of the monitor(s). If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, users are able to drag their taskbar to another area of the monitor unless prevented by another policy setting. Fix: (1) GPO: Us ...

This policy setting denies write access to the Floppy Drives removable storage class, including USB Floppy Drives. If you enable this policy setting, write access is denied to this removable storage class. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, write access is allowed to this removable storage class. Fix: (1) GPO: User Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Removable St ...

This policy setting permits or prohibits the use of this snap-in. If you enable this policy setting, the snap-in is permitted and can be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalone console. If you disable this policy setting, the snap-in is prohibited and cannot be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalon ...

Prevents users from turning on automatic acceptance of incoming calls. This ensures that others cannot call and connect to NetMeeting when the user is not present. This policy is recommended when deploying NetMeeting to run always. Fix: (1) GPO: User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\NetMeeting!Prevent automatic acceptance of Calls (2) REG: HKEY_USERS\Software\Policies ...

This setting disables the theme gallery in the Personalization Control Panel. If you enable this setting, users cannot change or save a theme. Elements of a theme such as the desktop background, window color, sounds, and screen saver can still be changed (unless policies are set to turn them off). If you disable or do not configure this setting, there is no effect. Note: If you enable this sett ...

This policy setting permits or prohibits the use of this snap-in. If you enable this policy setting, the snap-in is permitted and can be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalone console. If you disable this policy setting, the snap-in is prohibited and cannot be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalon ...

This policy setting permits or prohibits the use of this snap-in. If you enable this policy setting, the snap-in is permitted and can be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalone console. If you disable this policy setting, the snap-in is prohibited and cannot be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalon ...

This policy setting permits or prohibits the use of this snap-in. If you enable this policy setting, the snap-in is permitted and can be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalone console. If you disable this policy setting, the snap-in is prohibited and cannot be added into the Microsoft Management Console or run from the command line as a standalon ...

This policy setting allows you to create new Group Policy object links in the disabled state. If you enable this setting, you can create all new Group Policy object links in the disabled state by default. After you configure and test the new object links by using a policy compliant Group Policy management tool such as Active Directory Users and Computers or Active Directory Sites and Services, y ...

This policy setting hides the welcome screen that is displayed on Windows 2000 Professional each time the user logs on. If you enable this policy setting, the welcome screen is hidden from the user logging on to a computer where this policy is applied. Users can still display the welcome screen by selecting it on the Start menu or by typing Welcome in the Run dialog box. If you disable or do no ...


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