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Discussion in 'Windows Home Server' started by dhacker809, Apr 7, 2011.

  1. dhacker809

    dhacker809 Registered Members

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    Hello, I currently working on Microsoft Server 2003 and I want to set it up with the following things:
    I have more than 50 PC's,
    I need roaming profiles,
    group policies that needs to include that no-one can do a right click,
    scripts for users,
    & Mandatory Desktops meaning that the stuff people save on the server will not be deleted, and could be available on any of those 50+ Computers.


    ANY SUGGESTIONS ARE WELCOME. THIS IS JUST THE BASICS FOR THE SERVER.


    THANK YOU SO MUCH. :)
     
  2. DSTM (Dougie)

    DSTM (Dougie) CHF Adviser CHF Advisers

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    Hi dhacker809. I have Emailed our specialist in this area, for you.

    Because of the time zones there may be a short delay.


    Ask you to be patient. :)
     
  3. Dalo Harkin

    Dalo Harkin Registered Members

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    The first thing you need to do is create all the users.

    Then for roaming profiles you need:-

    log onto your server and open Active Directory users and Computers. Right click on a user; choose properties and the click the profiles tab. In the profile box type the UNC path of the shared folder you made on the server. For example you would type:

    \\servername\profiles\%username%

    Where servername is the name of your server and the profiles folder is on the root of the C drive. Do not type in the users name at the end but make sure it says %username% like in the example.

    Make sure you have created this profiles folder and shared it with the same name as the folder. You can leave the share permissions wide open if you want because the %username% will create the users profile with permissions that grant only the user the right to view the contents.

    The next time the user logs in, the users local profile will be copied to the new profiles folder on the server creating a new folder with the users name and permissions set up so that only the user can access it.
     
  4. dhacker809

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    Thank You,
    I will see if I can do that.
     
  5. Dalo Harkin

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    XFX 260GTX rev 1
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    Seasonic 600Watt
    No worries when you have done the above then come back for the rest if you need to :)
     

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