Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating multiple local Group Policy objects, part of Creating and Managing Group Policy for Windows Server 2012.
- When using local Group Policies…you can apply more than one…local Group Policy to a specific computer.…Having multiple local Group Policy objects…provides flexibility to standalone systems.…In the case of client workstations,…the system must be running Vista or higher…in order to apply more than one…local Group Policy.…In the case of standalone servers,…the server must be running…Server 2008 Release 2 or higher…in order to apply more than one…local Group Policy.…Local Group Policies come in…Three Layers of Support.…
First, you have the local group policy layer,…then you have the…administrative/non-administrative group policy layer.…Then finally, you have the…user-specific group policy layer.…The Local Group Policy layer…works just like the single policy support…of older Windows systems did.…The local policy layer consists of both…user and computer settings.…The computer settings of the policy…are contained in the local group policy.…The computer configuration policy is set…by that same local group policy.…Local group policies apply to all system users…
- 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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