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  • floyd
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    Re: Local Security Policies

    My favorite crutch has let me down. I solved this the old-fashioned way: Created a group with the targeted PCs and applied a GPO. It took a bit longer to set up but worked fine.

    Thanks for the quick reply.

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Local Security Policies

    Unfortunately we don't have a way to change them on multiple computers.

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  • floyd
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    Re: Local Security Policies

    It's been five years since this subject was last addressed, and there have been quite a few changes to Hyena. I know Hyena will now report local user rights, but is there a way to change them on a group of PCs?

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Local Security Policies

    I don't see a way to get this. If these are set in the registry somewhere, and if you can identify that location you might be able to manage it that way. WMI might have this too, but I'm not sure where.

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  • RCahn
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    Re: Local Security Policies

    I would like to see if the local policy forces the use of a screen saver and if not change it

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  • cmccullough
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    Re: Local Security Policies

    What specific types of data are you looking for?

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  • RCahn
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    Local Security Policies

    How can I report the local security policies on workstations and servers and is it possible to make changes
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