- [Voiceover] The application of certain settings…within certain Group Policy objects…can sometimes be bandwidth intensive.…You might find yourself in a situation…where you have a computer…that is attempting to apply the settings…from a Group Policy object…over a slow network connection…to where it's really struggling to keep up…with the resources that are needed.…So in order to deal with this,…we have something called slow link detection.…
So I'd like to show you how to put that into place.…In order to do this, we need to go to a domain controller.…So I'm going to jump onto DC 1.…Here on DC 1 in the Server Manager,…I'm going to come up to the Tools menu…and select Group Policy Management.…Here in Group Policy Management,…I'm going to expand everything out…just to go ahead and jump into one of our policies.…It really doesn't matter because I just want…to show you where the setting is…and how you would enable it.…So I'm going to take our default domain policy.…Right click, select Edit.…
Here in the Group Policy Management editor,…
In this course, author Ed Liberman uses Windows Server 2012 R2 to demonstrate what Group Policy is and how to use it effectively. He shows how to configure Group Policy processing, adjust settings and preferences, and troubleshoot Group Policy problems and conflicts as they arise.
Note: This course maps to the Configure and Manage Group Policy domain for MCSA Exam 70-411, Administering Windows Server 2012.
- Configuring Group Policy processing
- Configuring inheritance blocking and enforced passwords
- Configuring security filtering
- Configuring loopback processing and slow-link processing
- Forcing Group Policy updates
- Adjusting settings and preferences
- Backing up Group Policy objects (GPOs)
- Managing software with Group Policy