Group Policy: Management, Troubleshooting, and Security: For Windows Vista , Windows 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000

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Presenting a fully updated resource for Windows Vista that shows you how best to use Group Policy in order to take full advantage of Active Directory and create a managed desktop environment. You’ll learn details about the GPMC, Group Policy troubleshooting techniques, and configuring Group Policy to create a resilient desktop environment. You’ll also discover how to create and manage ADMX files and leverage the Group Policy Central Store as well as deploy Office 2007, Office 2003, and more using Group Policy ...

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Overview

Presenting a fully updated resource for Windows Vista that shows you how best to use Group Policy in order to take full advantage of Active Directory and create a managed desktop environment. You’ll learn details about the GPMC, Group Policy troubleshooting techniques, and configuring Group Policy to create a resilient desktop environment. You’ll also discover how to create and manage ADMX files and leverage the Group Policy Central Store as well as deploy Office 2007, Office 2003, and more using Group Policy Software Installation.

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Meet the Author

Jeremy Moskowitz, founder of Moskowitz, inc. (www.moskowitz-inc.com), is an MCSE, MCSA and one of only six Microsoft MVPs (Most Valued Professionals) in Group Policy. He has performed Active Directory, Group Policy and Windows management consulting for some of the nation's largest organizations. Jeremy teaches his very popular Group Policy Intensive Training and Workshop classes and runs GPanswers.com, a community portal to help answer tough Group Policy questions. Jeremy frequently contributes to Windows IT Pro Magazine, REDMOND Magazine, and Microsoft Technet Magazine, and he has been a noted speaker at many industry conferences.

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Table of Contents

Introduction.

Chapter 1: Group Policy Essentials.

Chapter 2: Managing Group Policy with the GPMC.

Chapter 3: Group Policy Processing Behavior.

Chapter 4: Troubleshooting Group Policy.

Chapter 5: ADM and ADMX Template Management.

Chapter 6: Implementing Security with Group Policy.

Chapter 7: Windows Vista Security Enhancements with Group Policy.

Chapter 8: Scripting GPMC Operations.

Chapter 9: Profiles: Local, Roaming, and Mandatory.

Chapter 10: Implementing a Managed Desktop, Part 1: Redirected Folders, Offline Files, and Disk Quotas.

Chapter 11: The Managed Desktop, Part 2: Software Deployment via Group Policy.

Chapter 12: More to Love: Deploying Printers, Shadow Copies, and Using Windows Deployment Services.

Appendix A: Group Policy Tools.

Index.

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