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10. Implementing Group Policy

Chapter 10. Implementing Group Policy

Group Policy has been the primary method for managing the configuration of Microsoft Windows client and server systems since Windows 2000. Most administrators are familiar with the basics Group Policy, but implementing this technology effectively in a large enterprise environment requires proper planning.

Windows Server 2012 includes a number of improvements in how Group Policy is processed and how it can be managed. For example, you can now perform a remote refresh of Group Policy on targeted computers without the need of logging on to the computers to run the Gpupdate.exe command. Hundreds of new policies have been added for managing different features of the Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 operating systems, and you can deploy and enforce these settings to target computers by configuring Group Policy Objects (GPOs) in the usual way. New Starter GPOs simplify the tasks of enabling the remote Group Policy refresh capability and collecting Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP) information from computers ta....


  

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