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Win Server 2003 Group Policy


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microbert

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Hi, I am new to windows server and i am trying to change some policies on the server.

i am trying to enable the "Do not show username of last person logged on" but unfortunately i cannot find it. does anyone know where i can find it?

and while i am on the topic, is there a way to search trough this policies instead of going one by one?
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i'm assuming you're doing this for domain policy and not local policy correct? if you're doing this for local computer policy then the steps are different

on the domain controller you would go to start > run > type "GPMC.msc" (without quotes) > press enter


right click on default domain policy and choose edit (or create a new policy). expand the computer configuration section, then expand windows settings, then expand local policies and click on "security options", double click "interactive logon: Do not display last user name". click the check box for "define this policy setting" and choose enabled.
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thanks man that really helped me. :)
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