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hi i want to know about local computer policy and then how to get open and all
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  1. Hi :)

    Homework again....:(

    All the best Brett :)
  2. We would need you to further explain what you mean.
  3. Start - Run - [type] secpol.msc - > enter

    Be careful in there, if you're not sure what the settings are for, best to leave them alone.


    How is this a "homework" question, they are asking how to open a feature of Windows.
  4. Quote:
    Start - Run - [type] secpol.msc - > enter

    Be careful in there, if you're not sure what the settings are for, best to leave them alone.


    How is this a "homework" question, they are asking how to open a feature of Windows.


    Hi :)

    How...experience...

    All the best Brett :)
  5. Quote:
    Start - Run - [type] secpol.msc - > enter

    Be careful in there, if you're not sure what the settings are for, best to leave them alone.


    How is this a "homework" question, they are asking how to open a feature of Windows.


    "how to get open and all " This is more than just how to open.
  6. ss202sl said:
    "how to get open and all " This is more than just how to open.


    Well excuse me for answering what appeared to me (given the OP is obviously not posting in their first language) to be a question on how to open the Local Security Policy Editor.

    Anyway what's wrong with answering questions on subjects that some might not be able to fully understand from whatever material they are learning from. If all you're going to do is answer "homework again" there is no point in replying, unless of course all you're trying to do is push up your points tally.
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    Well excuse me for answering what appeared to me (given the OP is obviously not posting in their first language) to be a question on how to open the Local Security Policy Editor.

    Anyway what's wrong with answering questions on subjects that some might not be able to fully understand from whatever material they are learning from. If all you're going to do is answer "homework again" there is no point in replying, unless of course all you're trying to do is push up your points tally.



    Hi :)

    I have friends and family who are teachers and they do NOT like pupils who use Google or the NET and copy/paste answers directly....

    The pupils learn nothing...as they do not understand what they are copying/pasting ...

    All the best Brett :)
  8. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    I have friends and family who are teachers and they do NOT like pupils who use Google or the NET and copy/paste answers directly....

    The pupils learn nothing...as they do not understand what they are copying/pasting ...

    All the best Brett :)


    Plagiarism from a book is just as easy as plagiarism from the web so that's just plain drivel. It's highly doubtful this is any kind of school assignment, more than likely someone who's trying to study for a certification and stuck on a particular subject. Funny how you always "know somebody" for any given situation huh.
  9. Quote:
    Well excuse me for answering what appeared to me (given the OP is obviously not posting in their first language) to be a question on how to open the Local Security Policy Editor.

    Anyway what's wrong with answering questions on subjects that some might not be able to fully understand from whatever material they are learning from. If all you're going to do is answer "homework again" there is no point in replying, unless of course all you're trying to do is push up your points tally.


    Rules here are to not do someones homework for them. If they post their work so far and ask specific questions about what they've done so far then there's no problem with commenting on the specific examples provided and nudging in the right direction.
  10. It's possible that the OP has Home Premium. I believe the Policy Editor is not included in that edition.
  11. So tell me, where does being stuck on a particular subject when self studying for a cert finish and homework start.
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    Plagiarism from a book is just as easy as plagiarism from the web so that's just plain drivel. It's highly doubtful this is any kind of school assignment, more than likely someone who's trying to study for a certification and stuck on a particular subject. Funny how you always "know somebody" for any given situation huh.



    Hi :)

    No its not the same.... why do you think textbooks are books.... you HAVE to read them and hopefully absorb the information somewhat even if plagiarizing ...

    And yes I know a lot of people , that's because I am ancient, as a guess, at least twice your age....probably more...

    All the best Brett :)
  13. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    No its not the same.... why do you think textbooks are books.... you HAVE to read them and hopefully absorb the information somewhat even if plagiarizing ...

    And yes I know a lot of people , that's because I am ancient, as a guess, at least twice your age....probably more...

    All the best Brett :)


    So someone couldn't possibly type out the text from a book verbatim without understanding the text? Are you serious?

    Probably less about your age and more of a propensity for bullshit.
  14. Hi :)

    You seem to have a problem with me personally....

    This is not allowed here, maybe you should argue with a Moderator about it...

    I will leave this thread now for the sake of the sites harmony....

    All the best Brett :)
  15. Nope, just see you post a lot of drivel.
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