• Four utilities can verify Group Policy object settings

    Client-side extensions could cause a Group Policy object to fail. Fortunately, there are a few different ways to track down Windows GPO settings.

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  • Have you used GPO settings before?

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  • Desktop restrictions with Group Policy Objects

    Learn how to set up desktop restrictions within a VDI environment with Microsoft's Group Policy Objects in part eight of our series on the basics of VMware View 4.

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  • Have you encountered any problems with CSEs? Do you have any GPO tricks to share? Are there any terms you want defined that aren’t in our glossary?

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  • Getting “entry too long” error when editing a domain GPO

    I'm getting this message when pressing Edit at one of the domain group policy objects (GPOs) on the server: "The following entry in the [strings] section is too long and has been truncated."

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  • Getting additional GPOs without XP workstation

    In your article "You'll want to do this Win2k upgrade," you give a way to get XPs additional GPOs. Is there another way that wouldn't require the use of an XP workstation? I don't have any XP PCs yet, but I do want the additional security settings that XP offers.

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  • Fixing your AD design with GPO Loopback processing

    Just because you're an IT manager with Active Directory design issues doesn't mean you're stuck. Using GPO Loopback Processing puts you on the road to AD design recovery.

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  • The effects of GPO version numbers on Group Policy replication

    The relationship of the version numbers for the Group Policy Template and Group Policy Console of each GPO are important for proper Group Policy replication. Expert Derek Melber discusses this relationship and explains why the numbers don't always add up when using Windows Server 2000.

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  • How can I give users rights to configure and setup printers using a GPO?

    If I understand the question correctly, you have a user that is logging in as a least privileged user. If this is the case, then you are asking how the user can be configured with the correct user rights that will allow them to install a local printer?

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  • Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPO) basics

    Expert Laura E. Hunter runs down the basics of Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

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