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Objectives Present Gathering Arrangement Present the sorts of Gathering Approach settings and the GPMC Distinguish the part of a Gathering Strategy at startup and logon Arrangement a Gathering Approach usage Make a Gathering Strategy Object Delegate control for a Gathering Strategy Object (Ability 1) Presenting Bunch Arrangement
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Objectives Introduce Group Policy Introduce the sorts of Group Policy settings and the GPMC Identify the part of a Group Policy at startup and logon Plan a Group Policy usage Create a Group Policy Object Delegate control for a Group Policy Object

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy An executive must screen client and PC settings frequently to verify that they fit in with the corporate norms Group Policy is the essential Active Directory apparatus utilized by chairmen to set the standard conduct for users’ desktops and to uphold those prerequisites

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (2) Using Group Policies Administrators characterize the workplace settings once The settings are pertinent paying little mind to the user’s area Administrators can apply GPOs to different Active Directory compartments to actualize rules at different levels To do this, you basically interface the GPO to one of these holders

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (3) Group Policy is likewise alluded to as a Group Policy Object (GPO) A GPO is a stockpiling spot for an accumulation of Group Policy settings that empower a head to control different parts of the processing environment All Group Policy settings are put away in a GPO alongside the properties connected with the articles in the Active Directory store

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (4) Policy settings for destinations, areas, and authoritative units are put away in GPOs To make a GPO for a space or an OU Use the Active Directory Users and Computers console Use the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (5) To make a GPO for a website Use the Active Directory Sites and Services console Use the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC), which joins the usefulness of different consoles Active Directory Users and Computers Active Directory Sites and Services ACL Editor Delegation Wizard Resultant Set of Policy device

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(Skill 1) Figure 9-1 Download the GPMC

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (6) Two sorts of GPOs Local GPOs are put away on every Windows Server 2003 PC Active Directory-construct GPOs Are put away in light of a space controller in the Active Directory environment Are repeated to all area controllers in the space

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (7) GPO is comprised of two sections Group Policy Container (GPC) GPO traits Extensions Version data Group Policy Template (GPT) Collection of organizers Stored on every Windows Server 2003 area controller

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (8) Group Policy Container (GPC) An Active Directory segment that contains GPO characteristics, expansions, and adaptation data Domain controllers utilize this data to verify they are utilizing the latest rendition of the GPO and to apply authorizations to the GPO For each GPO, there is a GPC holder put away in the System\Policies envelope in the Active Directory Users and Computers support Each GPC compartment is recognized by the Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) for the GPO

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(Skill 1) Figure 9-2 GPC holders in the Active Directory Users and Computers console

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (9) Group Policy Template (GPT) A gathering of envelopes put away on every Windows Server 2003 area controller in the organizer %Systemroot %\SYSVOL\sysvol\ <domain_name> \Policies For each GPO, an organizer progressive system made out of the physical records and settings needed by the GPO is consequently made These settings are connected to the Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, and Windows XP customers on a system

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(Skill 1) Introducing Group Policy (10) Group Policy Template (GPT) Contains the Registry\'s majority passages, and in addition the related documents and envelope needed to actualize the different GPO capacities Like the GPC compartment, the GPT envelope is distinguished by the GUID for the GPO

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(Skill 1) Figure 9-3 The Add Standalone Snap-in dialog box

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(Skill 1) Figure 9-4 The Group Policy Wizard

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(Skill 1) Figure 9-5 The Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box

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(Skill 1) Figure 9-6 Configuring Local Computer Policy

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC Group Policy settings are separated into two classifications Computer Configuration settings These settings allude to Group Policies that apply to PCs, paying little mind to what client sign on These settings apply to a PC amid the working\'s instatement framework User Configuration settings These settings allude to Group Policies for clients, paying little respect to what PC the clients sign on to These settings apply at client logon

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (2) Both Computer Configuration settings and User Configuration settings contain three principle holders that incorporate various related strategies Software Settings Windows Settings Administrative Templates

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(Skill 2) Figure 9-7 The three fundamental classes of User Configuration and Computer Configuration Group Policy

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (3) Software Settings This arrangement setting hub is utilized to focus the applications dispersed to PCs or clients by means of a GPO You utilize Software Settings to appoint applications to PCs or to allot or distribute applications to clients If you utilize the Computer Configuration hub to relegate an application to a PC, the application shows up on the Start menu for all PCs in the area, webpage, or OU

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (4) Software Settings If you distribute an application to clients, it shows up in the Add/Remove Programs Wizard for all clients in the space, webpage, or OU If you allocate an application to clients utilizing the User Configuration hub It shows on the Start menu for all clients in the website, space, or OU It doesn\'t introduce until the client summons it This usefulness is called “advertising”

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(Skill 2) Figure 9-8 Software establishment

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (5) Windows Settings In the Computer Configuration hub, the Windows Settings hub contains the Scripts and Security Settings augmentations Scripts expansion: Used to determine startup and shutdown scripts for PCs, and additionally logon and logoff scripts for clients on a system Security Settings expansion: Used by overseers to design security settings for the neighborhood PC or for a GPO

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(Skill 2) Figure 9-9 Scripts

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (6) Windows Settings In the User Configuration hub, the Windows Settings hub has five organizers Remote Installation Services Scripts Security Settings Internet Explorer Maintenance Folder Redirection

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (7) Windows Settings Remote Installation Services Group Policies control the RIS establishment choices accessible to the client when the Client Installation Wizard is started Folder Redirection Group Policies migrate exceptional organizers, for example, My Documents, Start Menu, or Desktop You can divert these organizers from their default areas in a client profile to substitute areas

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(Skill 2) Figure 9-10 Types of Folder Redirection approaches

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (8) Administrative Templates Contains all Registry-based Group Policy settings, including settings for Windows Components, System, and Network Group Policy settings for Printers are accessible just in the Computer Configuration compartment Other settings, including Start Menu and Taskbar, Desktop, Control Panel, and Shared Folders are accessible just in the User Configuration compartment

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(Skill 2) Figure 9-11 Types of Administrative Templates arrangements

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (9) Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) Comprehensive instrument for Group Policy organization for Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 areas Provides overseers with the capacity to reinforcement, restore, import, and duplicate/glue GPOs, and in addition to make, erase, and rename them Use it to connect GPOs and quest for GPOs Use it to delegate Group Policy-related elements and for strategy related consent for locales, areas, and OUs

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(Skill 2) Figure 9-12 Group Policy Objects in the GPMC

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (10) GPMC establishment necessities Requires Windows Server 2003 or Windows XP Service Pack 1 or above PCs To run the device on Windows XP Service pack 1 or above PCs, you should likewise introduce the QFE overhaul Q326469 and the Microsoft .NET Framework The area controllers should all be running Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 or later

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (11) GPMC prerequisites for space controllers GPMC obliges that all LDAP correspondences be marked and scrambled To get to area controllers in an outside backwoods, they must be running Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 or later If you need to get to area controllers in an outer woodland that are not yet running Service Pack 3 or later, alter the Registry on the PC running GPMC to unwind LDAP marking and encryption necessities

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(Skill 2) Introducing the Types of Group Policy Settings and the GPMC (12) System Policies Used in Windows 9.x and Windows NT to change Registry settings and to control the client environment Still helpful for overseeing Windows 9x and NT PCs Windows 9.x: you can run the Pol

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