Individual user group policies in Windows 7 (stand-alone machine).

This may also work in Vista, but it’s only on 7 that I’ve been bothered by it. Anyway, to access individual user group policies in Windows 7, run cmd.exe as admin, start mmc from this dos box, the add the Group Policy snap in. Instead of accepting the default, click the “Browse” button and then choose the User tab. You then have access to a policy for every different user on the PC- quite useful if there are multiple admin accouns but you don’t want all admins to be equal!

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