A tool collection, methodologies, and guidelines for Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4 that network administrators can use to implement policy-based management of Windows NT–based networks. You can use the Zero Administration Kit (ZAK) to
The Zero Administration Kit (ZAK) uses the security of the NTFS file system along with system policies and user profiles. You can use the predefined set of system policies to override the local default settings, and you can use standard user profiles to configure and manage users’ desktops from a central location. The Zero Administration Kit includes the two following preconfigured modes of operation. (Advanced administrators can create other custom network configurations.)
Microsoft TechNet includes a self-paced Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) course called “Implementing the MS Zero Administration Kit for Windows NT Workstation 4.0” (course 979), which is a great resource for learning about how to implement and deploy the Zero Administration Kit.