We have a local admin account created and enabled on our local pcs i am looking to try and change the password i found a gpo for computer configuration preferences control panel settings local users and groups however when i create a user the password field is greyed out i read microsoft removed this on purpose due to security reasons.

If you do need to set the local admin password using gpo you can still do it actually you just cant do it from the policy editor in modern oss last time i saw the option to set the password was on a 2008r2 server so i believe if you are editing your policy from an domain member with the tools installed from that era you can still set the.

Smbv1 is an insecure protocol that you should not use if by any means possible windows 10 has smbv1 disabled by default in order to enable it you would need to go to the control panel and activate the windows feature ldquo smb 1 0 cifs file sharing support rdquo and at a bare minim the ldquo smb 1 0 cifs client ldquo you actually might just want to do that cause you really hellip.

Enable local password management mdash turns on the group policy gpo and allows the computer to push the password into active directory the only option that needs to be altered from ldquo not configured rdquo is the ldquo enable local admin password management rdquo which hellip.

For teams edit the citrix vda computer settings gpo and enable the group policy settings shown below prevent the per user version of teams from installing with office 365 aka microsoft 365 apps configure this gpo setting before installing office then you can later install the machine wide version of teams more details at microsoft docs.