The authors begin by identifying the Group Policy Objects (GPO) that are available with the new OS, including info on Vista-specific GPOs and those left over from Windows XP. They then lead you through some step-by-steps on how to use a few of the new, more useful Group Policy Objects. Finally, the tutorial ends with some recommended best practices for using GPOs with Vista.
This is the next chapter of our previous tutorial, which covered the basics of using Windows Vista Group Policy.
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ADVANCED GROUP POLICY FOR WINDOWS VISTA
Tip 1: Which GPOs are available
Tip 2: Further understanding GPOs in Vista
Tip 3: Examples of useful GPOs in Vista
Tip 4: Moving policies between domains
Tip 5: Recommended practices with Vista Group Policy
|This chapter excerpt from Microsoft Windows Vista Management and Administration, by Andrew Abbate, James Walker, Scott Chimner and Rand Morimoto, is printed with permission from Pearson Education, Copyright 2007.|