local mandatory profile


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Microsoft

Hi, I'm trying to create a mandatory profile on Windows xp professional.
I'm tried some different ?! solutions suggested on the web but any of these
work!
My question is this: can I use mandatory profile on local computer or it
works only using network share?
If it works on local computer can someone suggested me how to create it?

Many thanks.


Bruno
 
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sandy58

Hi, I'm trying to create a mandatory profile on Windows xp professional.
I'm tried some different ?! solutions suggested on the web but any of these
work!
My question is this: can I use mandatory profile on local computer or it
works only using network share?
If it works on local computer can someone suggested me how to create it?

Many thanks.

Bruno
Please explain what you mean by "mandatory" ie; obligatory. Maybe your
French-English dictionary is wanting a little.
 
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Bruno

Thanks for your advice but...

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc786301.aspx


"sandy58" <aleckie68@googlemail.com> a écrit dans le message de
Hi, I'm trying to create a mandatory profile on Windows xp professional.
I'm tried some different ?! solutions suggested on the web but any of
these
work!
My question is this: can I use mandatory profile on local computer or it
works only using network share?
If it works on local computer can someone suggested me how to create it?

Many thanks.

Bruno
Please explain what you mean by "mandatory" ie; obligatory. Maybe your
French-English dictionary is wanting a little.
 
L

Lanwench [MVP - Exchange]

Microsoft said:
Hi, I'm trying to create a mandatory profile on Windows xp
professional. I'm tried some different ?! solutions suggested on the
web but any of these work!
My question is this: can I use mandatory profile on local computer or
it works only using network share?
If it works on local computer can someone suggested me how to create
it?
Many thanks.


Bruno
Mandatory profiles are an AD thing. You can't use them for local accounts.
If you want to lock down a workstation for someone, check out Windows Steady
State or Doug Knox's WinXP Security Console.
 
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