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> I have Remote Assistance enabled via GP at the domain level.
> New machine are coming with Service pack 2 installed which means windows
> firewall. We would like to keep this feature enabled but still need to use
> Remote assistance.
> I know which changes I need to make in order to enable Remote Assistance
> with SP2 but I do not have the option in my group Policy.
> I need to make an entry here
> Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Network\Network
> Connections\Windows Firewall
> This setting is available on the local GP for the XP machines but is not
> available in the Domain GP. Domain is not running in W2K3 mode ( W2K ).
If you have used a Windows XP SP2 computer to administer the Group
Policy settings in the domain, the adm files should automatically
have been updated.
If you install the WinXP SP2 .adm files on the domain controller, but
you don't use WinXP SP2 to edit the GPO settings, you may you get the
message below, install the hotfix that is available in the KB article
in the link below to solve this.
"The following entry in the [strings] section is too long and has
been truncated" error message when you try to modify or to view GPOs
in Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Professional, or Windows 2000 http://support.microsoft.com/?id=842933