Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Administrative Template settings, part of Windows Server 2016: Implementing Group Policy.
- [Instructor] When it comes to…the actual group policy settings,…there is one area of settings that…you will deal with most of the time and those are…what's called the administrative template settings.…So to take a look at these settings,…let's jump into our domain controller DC-1.…Here in the Server Manager, we're going to go up…to the Tools menu and select Group Policy Management.…In Group Policy Management, we can expand down…and either click on a link of a GPO.…
So here I have the Default Domain Policy,…I could right click on that and select edit.…Or, I could jump right down to…my Group Policy Objects container and I get my entire list…of GPO's for the domain and I can select any one of them…and I could right click and select edit…and it will take us to the exact same place.…And when I do that, it takes us…into the Group Policy Management Editor.…Now here, we can see that all group policies,…and I need to mention that it didn't matter…which of all my group policies I clicked on,…if I went in to edit any group policy,…
Review the complete set of objectives for exam 70-742, Identity with Windows Server 2016, at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-742.aspx.
- Creating Group Policy objects
- Understanding inheritance
- Adjusting Group Policy preferences and settings
- Running Group Policy update
- Troubleshooting Group Policy
- Adjusting security settings and policies