• Use Group Policy to control Windows 8 Store access

    The Windows 8 Store enables users to download apps, but IT may want to lock it down with the Desktop Experience in Windows Server 2012.

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  • 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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  • Prevent removable device usage with Group Policy settings

    Secure your Windows system even more by preventing the use of removable storage devices with these Group Policy Object settings. This is the second tip in a series on this topic.

    Brien Posey9,615 pointsBadges:
  • Have you had any problems applying or verifying Group Policy object settings?

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  • Group Policy Learning Guide

    This guide introduces you to how Group Policy works, explains best practices and pitfalls to avoid and provides troubleshooting help and advice. You'll find Group Policy articles, tutorials, tips, tools, white papers, expert advice and more to pump up your Group Policy know-how quickly.

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  • Scripting School: Managing Group Policy with VBScript

    You can use scripting to manage Group Policy itself. You can't use scripts to create or assign policies, but you can copy, back up and restore, import, and do Resultant Set of Policy reporting on policies using VBScript.

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  • Use Group Policy to secure removable storage devices

    Check out Brien Posey's three-part series on the security of removable storage devices to learn how you can use Group Policy to prevent common items like USB drives from corrupting your Windows network. Learn to improve security when removable storage devices are present, prevent the use of these...

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  • Who gets what? Deploying Group Policies

    Who gets what? Deploying Group Policies Once you've customized your Group Policy Objects, you need to incorporate them into Active Directory so that your users can receive the appropriate settings. You accomplish this by linking Group Policy Objects to various containers within Active Directory:...

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  • Say goodbye to Windows logon scripts with Group Policy preferences

    In certain scenarios, Group Policy preferences can help admins overcome the challenges and limitations of basic logon scripts. See what you might be missing in this tip.

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  • FAQ: Group Policy

    Got a question for Group Policy expert Jeremy Moskowitz? Check the Group Policy FAQ first to see if Jeremy may already have answered your question.

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