N/APosted on - 02/28/2012
I am using Windows Server 2003. How can I use Registry keys to take away a client from a group? Need your help.
How to use registry keys to remove client group
To take out a group member from the command, you can make use of the dsmod command-line utility with the –delmbr switch.
There are also softwares obtainable for free like ADFind and ADMod which are essential in searching and modifying Active Directory.
The following steps can also be made: From the start button, choose All Programs, then Administrative Tools, then Group Policy Management; Select Create or Edit Group Policy Projects; From the Expand User Configuration option, click Preferences then Control Panel Settings; and, select Point to New – Open With, when you right-click the Folder Options node.
In the New Open With Properties dialog box, create a new Open With association. You have to take note that a new association will not be created if a file name extension in the Open With item subsists within the user’s profile. If the file name extension in the Open With item is within the user’s profile, then there will be an association. Otherwise, any action will not be performed. With this, you have to delete Remove an existing Open With association.
Next, you have to replace Delete and create a new Open With association. By doing so, all the current settings connected with the Open With association will be overwritten. However if there is a non-existing Open With association, the Replace action will only create a new Open With association.
You should also update Modify an Open With association. This is a different thing from Replace since this allows the setting be updated within the preference item. Updating also means that all other settings will remain as how they are previously configured. However, again, if there is a non-existing Open With association, this action will just create a new Open With association.