Join Timothy Pintello for an in-depth discussion in this video How to configure Group Policy settings, part of Creating and Managing Group Policy for Windows Server 2012.
- One of the things group policies…can be used for is customization.…Group policies can customize users' desktops,…they can customize users' environment,…they can also customize computer environments…and security settings.…There are two categories of settings.…The first category is Computer Configurations.…The second category is User Configurations.…Categories are referred to as Group Policy nodes…and the nodes are parent structures that hold…all related settings to whatever that node is.…
The nodes in the Group Policy Editor…are organized based on their usage.…Nodes can be applied to several objects and locations…such as computer clients, users, as well as servers,…both member servers and domain controllers.…The settings that are applied in a node…depend on the container they're linked to.…GPOs also have the option of being applied…to objects that are within a container.…In the Group Policy Editor there are three sub-nodes,…or extensions, for each node in the Group Policy Editor.…
The first sub-node is Software Settings,…
- 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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