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 Post subject: Multiple Users
PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2013 8:01 am 
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Is there a config file that can be edited so the settings are the exact same for all users logging into the computer? Currently each user has to set it up.


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There is a way to force specific settings onto every user. But then they won't be able to change those settings.
Look at the Administrative Settings section in the documentation.


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Classic Shell 4.0.4 introduces Group Policy support for its own settings. The file, C:\Program Files\Classic Shell\PolicyDefinitions.zip includes the policy definitions. If you have an Active Directory domain, extract the files to %logonserver%\sysvol\%userdnsdomain%\policies\PolicyDefinitions\ or whatever your Group Policy Central Store is. For Local Group Policy, extract them to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions folder.

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