How to create group policy without affecting administrator
I would like to create group policy (Not in domain) that should restrict
group of user activities such as hide screen saver tab etc.
But, Whenever I create that policy, it affects administrator as well.
Could any one help me to overcome the problem.
Thanks in advance.
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