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Windows 7: Local Security Setting Progamming

23 Aug 2014   #1
subbucse

Windows 7 64 bit
 
 
Local Security Setting Progamming

Hi ,

we have to standalone windows 7 we don't have AD in our environment ,and these user are factory users we want to implement Local Security Policies on these machine. we want to achieve this using any progaming like C or WMI script.

please help and your advice will be appricated.

Regards,
Subbu


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24 Aug 2014   #2
andrew129260

Windows 10 Pro
 
 

We are going to need a lot more info to help you in any way. More detail please.
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