win 10 comps on domain need help creating group policy to manage power

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  1. LivnLoco Win User

    win 10 comps on domain need help creating group policy to manage power


    I am looking to clean up and image a CLEAN COPY of windows 10 - i have to image each computer seperately but need an image copied that can be applied to all computers. I need to create a group policy to manage power settings on the computers. (Boss asked to create a group policy in active dir OR create a script to run in win 10 - i dont know how to write script) All the computers are on a domain. We are currently using win 7 but will be upgrading to win 10 - FYI we use Dell computers. Boss also wants all users to be local admins.

    :)
     
    LivnLoco, Aug 7, 2018
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  2. v12dock Win User

    Windows Domain Group Policy

    So I have been setting this domain up for a school for a couple of weeks now and I having problems with group policy. One I am having problems with with folder misdirect. Two I am having problems with updating windows settings. At this point if you can help me I am willing to reward you *Big Grin win 10 comps on domain need help creating group policy to manage power :D

    Oh yeah the OS is Windows Server 2008 R2
     
    v12dock, Aug 7, 2018
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  3. jeremy-k Win User
    Win10 domain workstation, "currently no power options available", tied to group security policy and remote desktop connection

    Hello Windows community.

    I know there are many threads about the issue of the dreaded "There are currently no power options available." But I haven't found one that fixes my problem.

    Initial issue: Windows 10 Pro PC's, connected to a work domain (Windows Server 2012), get the "There are currently no power options available" message when trying to shutdown or restart the PC.

    Action taken: Group Policy Editor > Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Local Policies > User Rights Assignment > 'Shut down the system' ... The only way to add the user to the list of users for this policy, is
    to log on to the server itself, go into Group Policy Management Editor, delve into the domain controller, find the policy, and add the user there.

    Result: After restarting the Win10 Pro workstation, the power options are now available from the start menu. Yay... HOWEVER...

    New issue: If I use "remote desktop connection" on the workstation, and connect to the server, the user now has the permission to access restart and shutdown options from the start menu for the server itself... Which is not acceptable. We
    can't have people accidentally turning off the server through their remote desktop connection (which is used frequently, in order to access MYOB on the server).

    EDIT Question: How can I add "users" to this policy for only the workstations, and not when they are connected to the server through Remote Desktop Connection?

    Additional information:

    • EDIT: I noticed on
      Technet
      , that the defaults for the policy is different depending on whether it is for "workstations and servers" or for "Domain Controllers". The "Workstations and servers" policy includes the group "users", whilst the "domain controllers" policy does not.
    • Windows 7 Pro PC's, connected to the domain in the exact same way, do not have the issue. All users on Windows 7 PC's are not added to the security policy, they CAN access shut down options for their local PC, but CANNOT access shutdown options for the
      server during a remote desktop connection. This means it is working as intended for Windows 7 Pro PC's.
    • The current list of users and groups that are listed in the security policy is as follows:
      • Administrators
      • Backup Operators

    Thank you in advance for any help.

    Sincerely,

    Jeremy
     
    jeremy-k, Aug 7, 2018
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  4. Patricia Yu Win User

    win 10 comps on domain need help creating group policy to manage power

    group policy editor

    Hi Tony,

    Group Policy Editor in Windows is a tool to help you manage policy settings. Here's how you can access the Local Group Policy Editor:

    • Press Win+R to open Run.
    • Type gpedit.msc, and then click OK.

    Let us know how else we can help.
     
    Patricia Yu, Aug 7, 2018
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