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Windows 7: i have created non-administrative user based policies to the computer

29 Aug 2015   #21

windows 7 64bit

one more thing what about the other folders? machine and user and gpt file i copied do i need to replace them with the old one ?

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29 Aug 2015   #22

windows 7 64bit

Thanks it worked i wound'nt have done it without your help. Thanks a lot really appreciate it. my first task is done. and now they have given me another task. shall i ask you here or create another post?
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29 Aug 2015   #23

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Sorry for the late reply, the first 2 folders we tried copying didn't have any modifications to the Group Policy so I believe you don't need to touch them.

If your new task is unrelated better open a new thread as others may not be checking this one.
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29 Aug 2015   #24

windows 7 64bit

its Alright, thanks
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