Read More1. Login to the domain controller. 2. Open the Group Policy Management Console by typing gpmc.msc into the Search box or clicking Administrative Tools > Group Policy Management. 3. Expand Forest > Domain > domainname in the left-hand navigation to get a list of existing GPOs. Right-click...
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When deploying printers by group policy (GPO) 1000 is the default before you can no longer see anymore in the print manager. Microsoft has a work around to fix this issue . 1. On a DC open ntdsutil from the command prompt. 2. type ldap...Read More
Open Group Policy Management Edit an existing policy or create a new policy. Navigate to Computer Configuration ->Policies->Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Registry. Right click the Registry and click Add Key. Choose the Registry key you want to change. Configure the appropriate permissions. Choose the proper setting from the Add Object dialog box. Link...Read More
1. Install group policy manager on a PC that has the service you to want to disable on it 2. Right Click on Group Policy Objects and click New 3. Name the Policy Accordingly 4. Now select that GPO and right click and hit Edit 5. Select Computer Configuration -> Window Settings -> Security Settings -> System Services 6. In the list of services select...Read More
Had a customer needing there computers to get computer policy and certificates a lot of there users were not getting the update computer policy after a reboot so I made the suggestion lets use a login script so I created a login.bat file and dropped...Read More