I have a workstation (windows xp) that I am trying to log into. I have a ZCM 10 group policy bundle that is assigned to the limited user on the workstation. The workstation for some reason has picked up wrong DHCP information and is trying to connect to a 192.168 network (which does not exist). Since it is not connected to my network, it cannot connect to the ZCM server, so no matter what user I log into on the workstation (including administrator), the group policy is in effect and it restricts everything. I cannot get into network connections to correct the DHCP error.

How can I get the ZCM agent on the workstation to stop enforcing the group policy? Remember, this policy prevents me from accessing the control panel, command prompt, anything in the system try (no Zenworks Z), everything.

matt beckstrom