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snufles

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    .adm language question(registry editing through notebook)
    « on: January 12, 2009, 03:25:07 PM »
    Is there any way to auto configure the state of a group policy object when creating them through notebook?

    example...creating this policy using notebook and want it to auto enable or disable the state when I add the template to the administrative template in the group policy object editor.


    CLASS MACHINE

    CATEGORY "IPSEC Services"
       KEYNAME "SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\IPSEC"

       POLICY "NoDefaultExempt"
       PART "NoDefaultExempt"
        NUMERIC DEFAULT 1
       VALUENAME "NoDefaultExempt"
       
        END PART
        END POLICY
       END CATEGORY

    How do i get this to auto enable or do i have to physically go into the Group Policy Object Editor and enable or disable it? Reason I ask is that I have a lot more code to enter and it would easier to have them auto configure. (Using Windows Server 2003 Standard)