Thanks for this. I did see the thread but one of the MS support guys stated it could not be done via DHCP scopes so i stopped reading at that point (lesson learned)
I would still like to know where the encrypted GroupID is stored, is it sored on the C:\ or is it a temp file? therefore, i would also like to know if the GroupID will stick to the workstation after a reboot off the LAN.
My worry is i have user A who is in Site A and he logs into the LAN in site A and gets the DOGroupID via DHCP 234. User A the goes to Site B which is set to not use DO. I need to know if GroupID will stick with the device, as i don't want User A pulling updates from other uses in Site A when he is located in Site B for that short time.
If this is a temp file that is applied at DHCP then lost when the laptop is powered off then thats fine. If its a file stored somewhere on the device then i need to write a script that will remove the GOGroupID from the device when logged into Site B
I hope this makes sense and would appreciate any information on my query.