Refreshing group policy - 2000/XP/2003

I keep forgetting how to refresh Group Policy on a Windows 2000 client:
secedit /refreshpolicy {machine_policy | user_policy}[/enforce]

The command changed from secedit to gpupdate in Windows XP and Windows 2003. From the secedit help file:
secedit /refreshpolicy has been replaced with gpupdate.

GPUpdate [/Target:{Computer | User}] [/Force]


USB problem in XP

Win XP only - from: http://searchwinsystems.techtarget.com/tip/1,289483,sid68_gci1102478,00.html?track=NL-297&ad=543642
in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\USB Edit or create a DWORD "DisableSelectiveSuspend" set it to 1 and reboot.

Window XP USB problems (hotfix): keyboard, file transfer, etc. - http://support.microsoft.com/kb/908673


Deploy printers by using Group Policy

Only available from a Windows 2003 R2 extended AD schema. Pretty cool if you ask me. Unfortunately Windows 2003 R2 costs money, it's NOT a free upgrade from Windows 2003 (SP1).

Deploy printers by using Group Policy
URL: http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/Library/ab8d75f8-9b35-4e3e-a344-90d7799927231033.mspx


Handle mailto email link via gmail

Nice greasemonkey script to rewrite mailto email links to open Google's gmail compose window: http://blog.monstuff.com/archives/000238.html

Disable hotkey support in Citrix NFUSE / web interface

If an application, like a server application running inside a terminal emulator (Reflection, etc), uses the same keystroke as the Citrix client, it will intercept the keystoke and run the hotkey function instead of delivering the keystroke to the application. An example would be using shift-F3 for a text terminal session in an emulator: the ICA web client would, by default, intercept the keystroke and try to close the application window. Shift-F3 is assigned to "close remote application".
Disabling / changing hotkeys on NFUSE / Citrix web client is done via the template.ica file under the [wfclient] section:
How to Enable or Disable Hotkeys within an ICA file (including Template.ica) - http://support.citrix.com/article/CTX140219