Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating local GPOs, part of Windows Server 2012: Create and Manage Group Policy.
- Up to this point we have been looking…at managing group policy objects on a domain level.…Now, we want to go ahead and look…at managing group policy objects…on a local computer level.…In order to manage group policy objects…on a local computer level we need to be on a local computer.…In this case I've brought up a standalone server…to illustrate using group policy objects…on the local computer.…To start with we need a local group policy editor.…Since this is a standalone server…and not a domain controller we do not have…the option of going to the group policy management tool.…
So instead we're going to have to go to…the Microsoft Management Console…and set up our own group policy editor.…The way we do this is we come over here…to our start button,…right click it and then click run.…Once the run dialog box comes up…we can go ahead and type mmc.…MMC stands for Microsoft Management Console.…We can then click enter, this will bring up…an empty management console that we can work with.…Let's go ahead and maximize this…
- Configuring the Group Policy central store
- Configuring Group Policy settings
- Setting GPO states
- Setting up security policies
- Configuring user rights
- Configuring local users and groups
- Configuring software restriction rules
- Configuring Windows Firewall
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Managing Group Policy Objects
2. Configuring Security Policies
3. Configuring Application Restricting Policies
4. Configuring Windows Firewall
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