Question : Enable a manually disabled service on a Workstation with a GPO

Is it possible to enable a previously manually disabled service on a workstation using a GPO?
Example: Some Workstations were configured with Automatic Updates disabled and shipped to the floor. This was done because we were using LanDesk as a patch management solution. After installing and configuring Group Policy to utilize a series of cascaded WSUS servers, LanDesk became a bit of a bother for the local workstation installed base. Hey, WSUS is free and settings can be configured using GPO and Approved updates... Good deal for us. We have LanDesk for our server environment. Anyway, Those pesky Workstations will not report to WSUS unless the "Automatic Update" service is enabled and set to start automatically. How do you GPO or script for that matter to "enable" a service that has been "disabled" manually during initial configuration and setup.

Answer : Enable a manually disabled service on a Workstation with a GPO

Adding the Other Users folder should not effect opening an attached inbox to this users Outlook profile. If you want the user to have Full permissions you will need to do the following...
- Open ADCU (Active Directory)
- Find the user that you need access to their mailbox
- Double click the user to open properties
- Go to the Exchange Advance Tab
- Click Mailbox Rights button
- Add the user trying to open the mailbox from his Outlook profile
- Give the user full control over the mailbox
- Click Apply and OK

-If you want to add Send on Behalf or Send As do the following...
Send on Behalf
- Open the users properties of the mailbox you want to send on behalf of
- Click on Exchange General Tab
- Click the Delivery Options button
- Under Send on Behalf of, click Add button and add the user to this account

Send As
- Open ADUC
- Click View, Advance Features
- Find the account of the user you want to Send As
- Click the Security Tab
- Add the user and scroll down and select Send As
- Click Apply and OK

Now try expanding the mailbox from the Other users outlook profile. Should have no issues.
If you want to Send As make sure that you use the FROM: in the New email message window and type in the users name.

Hope this helps~!
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