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edit display properties in user profiles (NT)


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magmaman

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Hi,
i am looking to change some of the display propereties on an NT OS, basically i need to change a window color in a user profile which has no editing rights what so ever. I know how to edit the display while logged in as the admin, but it dosn't stick to the machine it only sticks to the profile.
so to sum up, my question is this:

On an NT machine where there are multiple users, admin and user, and the user profile has no rights to edit anytrhing, how do i edit the user's display settings.

i hope that is clear, if not just ask and i will attempt to clarify

thanks guys

MM

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peterm

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You have to use the policy editor
Policy editor for NT

Edited by peterm, 19 September 2005 - 02:12 AM.

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i looked at that but that just sets the restrictions dosn't it? i still want all of the users to be restricted from changing the display settings but i would like to change them globaly .
thanks
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then you will have to try doing it as a login script
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how would i dop it as a logon script? i know some basic logon stiuff bu have no idea how to change the display.

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