The Likewise Open project was launched in December and quickly became the solution of choice for many IT administrators looking for an alternative to both paid and open source options available at that time. It has also been included in the main repository of Ubuntu since its April release. Likewise Enterprise, which builds on the authentication engine of Likewise Open, makes it easy for IT managers to authenticate users, control access to applications and data, centrally manage settings with group policies, and create reports for regulatory audits.
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Subscribe via ATOM. Property-based policies do not replace local policies -- they merge with them. File-based policies -- such as sudo and automount -- typically replace the local file. File-based policies are not inherited and do not merge with the local file. Filtering by Target Platform You can set group policies to target all versions of the following platforms.
Some group policies, however, apply only to specific platforms. For instance, some group polices apply only to Linux.
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For more information, see the Help topic for the group policy that you want to use. Important: To create or edit a group policy, you must log on your Windows administrator workstation as a member of the Domain Administrators security group, the Enterprise Administrators security group, or the Group Policy Creator Owners security group. In the tree, right-click the organizational unit that you want, and then click Properties. Note: Make sure the organizational unit is associated with a Likewise cell. For more information, see Create a Cell. Click the Group Policy tab. Click New. Click Open.
Type a name for your 2. In the Group Policy group policy object -- for Management Console, right- example, message of the day. Click the group policy 3. In the Name box, type a object that you created and name for your group policy then click Edit. Click the group policy object that you created, and then on the Action menu, click Edit.
In the Group Policy Object Editor, in the console tree under Computer Configuration, find the group policy category that you want, and then in the details pane, double-click the policy that you want to set. In the console tree, the Likewise group policies are under Unix and Linux Settings.