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Group Policy: Good for what ails ya!

David Pye, Assistant Site Editor

In the last six months alone, the application of Group Policy has proven more akin to a Wonder Tonic than Snake Oil. Our pensive panel of experts have prescribed its merits as a solution time and time again to a wide variety of user predicaments.

For a better understanding of Group Policy's 101 uses, peruse the ATE questions in this week's

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Featured Topic. What do they all have in common? Hard to believe, but despite the wide range of topics, they were remedied -- with GPO.

Then check out these recent Group Policy related webcasts:

>> Bulletproof Your Windows Network with Group Policy
Learn all about how Group Policy works from one of the leading experts on GPO technology. Get tips and best practices for designing a bulletproof GPO implementation.

>> Microsoft Desktop XP Webcast Series: Managing the desktop
Do you want to have more control over what users can and cannot do in your enterprise? Listen as, author, Jeremy Moskowitz, compares Windows XP with earlier-generation desktop OSes, touching on differences in group policy and more!

>> Using Group Policy to Secure Your Windows Infrastructure
Use AD Group Policies to efficiently configure and maintain security for Windows 2000/XP. Join Quest Software for a discussion of Group Policy-based security management and related tips.

>> Understanding group policy
James Michael Stewart discusses group policy configurations, capabilities and limitations, and shows you some practical tips you can apply when using Group Policy Editor (GPE).

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