|17 Oct 2012||#1|
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Simple GPO setting to Enable Command Prompt is overwritten by GPO 2?
Can't believe this doesn;t work.
I have Group Policy 1 which is linked to 2 OUs and i have the setting in it to Disable the Command Prompt and this works.
I want to enable the Command Prompt for 1 of the OUs, so I created another Group Policy and Enabled the Settings
So 1 of OUs had both Group Policies applied, and I have changed the link order so that the Group Policy which enables the Command Prompt is 1 so should be processed last and take affect.
But everytime I log in to a workstation in this OU, command prompt is always disabled.
I have tried switching link orders, enforce ticked, but it seems the disable command prompt is taking priority.
Anyone able to help get this working?
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