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Configuring Group Policy settings

Last Updated On : Sunday, August 12, 2018Group Policy settings enable you to customize the configuration of a user’s desktop, environment, and security settings. The settings are divided into two subcategories: Computer Configuration and User Configuration. The subcategories are referred to as Group Policy nodes. A node is just a parent structure that holds all […]

Managing starter GPOs

Last Updated On : Sunday, August 12, 2018Starter GPOs are essentially templates that you can use to create multiple GPOs with the same set of baseline Administrative Templates settings. You create and edit starter GPOs just as you would any other GPO. In the Group Policy Management Console, you right-click the Starter GPOs folder and, […]

Using Group Policy Management Console

Last Updated On : Sunday, August 12, 2018The Group Policy Management Console is the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that administrators use to create GPOs and manage their deployment to AD DS objects. The Group Policy Management Editor is a separate snap-in that opens GPOs and enables you to modify their settings. There are several […]

Configuring Central Store

Last Updated On : Sunday, August 12, 2018In Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, Microsoft replaced the token-based administrative template (ADM) files used with previous versions of Group Policy with an XML-based file format (ADMX).  Administrative templates are the files defining the registry-based settings that appear in GPOs. Earlier Windows versions created a copy of […]