Run MMC add the Group Policy snap-in. It gives you the ability to connect
to remote machines local policy.
This can also be done from the Run line by using gpedit.msc. This is a
default snap-in in W2K. I find this is faster.
The Group Policy snap-in (gpedit.msc) can be started with the following two
command line switches:
Where "machinename" can be either a NetBIOS or a DNS-style name. For
example, "gpedit.msc /gpcomputer:"machinename"
> How do I remotely view\edit the local security policy on a W2K
> The local security policy contains Account Policy, Audit Policy, and User
> Rights. In NT 4.0, you used to be able to view these policies and rights
> remotely using user manager. W2K contains USRMGR.EXE; however, you cannot
> use it on W2K workstations in a native mode domain.