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Group Ploicies remain in Effect

Hello

Previously in ZDM7 there was a setting to have group policies remain in effect after the user logs out, there does not seem to be a similar option in ZCM 10.3. It was useful to have the policy apply if the user had authenticated to the network, but operate in a less restrictive space if they were away from the network i.e. the policies do not remain in effect once the user has logged out of the network and gained access to the device via workstation only. Is it possible in ZCM 10.3 to have the policies not remain in effect using windows 7

Thanks

Jake
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