Assigning static routes using group policy

Discussion in 'Active Directory' started by Jeff Law, Nov 7, 2005.

  1. Jeff Law

    Jeff Law Guest

    Hi there,

    I was wondering if theer is any way to assign static routes to PC's in a
    specific OU.

    For example, all the PC's are running on the same internal network, and some
    of them are used by developers. The default gateway, set by DHCP, is
    192.168.246.1. The developers requier access to two other networks,
    192.168.201.0 and 192.168.203.0, which are accessed via a router at
    192.168.246.130.

    I currently set the static routes on each developer PC using the route add
    command, but I am sure that this can be done through group policy. Any
    pointers as to were to look would be appreciated.

    regards
    Jeff
     
    Jeff Law, Nov 7, 2005
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    Paul Bergson Guest

    Create a login script on this particular ou and assign the routes via route
    add.

    computer configuration \ windows settings \ startup

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    Paul Bergson, Nov 7, 2005
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  3. Jeff Law

    Jeff Law Guest

    Thanks Paul,

    I was so busy thinking of there being a specific Group Policy settings, I
    forgot to think of soemthing so obvious.

    Regards
    Jeff
     
    Jeff Law, Nov 7, 2005
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