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Active Directory

Backing Up Group Policy Objects

Backing up your Group Policy Objects allows you to restore group policy settings without having to perform an entire Active Directory restoration. In this article, Brien Posey walk you through the process.

Apr 10, 2009|Brien Posey

Windows Server 2008

Redirect Favorites and Cookies folder using a Group Policy

  Here’s a great tip submitted by one of our...

Jan 12, 2009|Daniel Petri

Windows Server 2008

Creating a Wireless Network Group Policy, Part 1

One of the things that always seems weird about wireless...

Jan 8, 2009|Brien Posey

Disk Management

How can I prevent users from using USB removable disks (USB flash drives) by using Group Policy (GPO)?

Daniel Petri shows you how to block the use of USB drives on client machines by using Group Policy Objects (GPO).

Jan 8, 2009|Daniel Petri

Disk Management

How can I prevent users from writing to USB removable disks (USB flash drives) by using Group Policy (GPO)?

USB removable disks (also known as flash drives or “Disk...

Jan 8, 2009|Daniel Petri

Downloads

Download Group Policy ADM Files for All Microsoft Operating Systems

Download Group Policy ADM Files for all Microsoft Operating Systems...

Jan 8, 2009|Daniel Petri

Downloads

Download Group Policy Settings Reference

This spreadsheet lists Group Policy settings described in Administrative Template...

Jan 8, 2009|Daniel Petri

Windows Server 2008

Group Policy Object Modeling in Windows Server 2008

If you have ever done much work with group policies,...

Jan 8, 2009|Brien Posey

Exchange Server

Using Group policy to Deploy Outlook 2007

If you decide to use Outlook as the client for...

Jan 8, 2009|Brien Posey

Active Directory

Creating a Group Policy Central Store

One of the issues that sometimes made managing group policies...

Jan 7, 2009|Brien Posey

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