I've always had our public PCs in their own AD domain.  Found them easier
to manage that way.  I also used DF and GPOs to lockdown.  Worked well.


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On Fri, May 25, 2012 at 3:25 PM, Chad Neeper <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

>  I'm curious on a particular topic and I'd like to ping the list to see
> what you do at your own libraries. I've done both ways and I'm curious to
> see what other libraries are doing.
> For those of you that use Active Directory and Group Policies to manage
> your public and staff computers (regardless of whether or not you use Deep
> Freeze, Steady State, etc.):
> Are your patron computers attached to the same domain as your staff
> computers, or do you maintain entirely separate domains?
> Thanks!
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