Windows Server 2012 Admin, Part 2 of 8: Group Policy

with Chris Bell

Once users and computer accounts are defined in your active directory, you may wish to control what they can see and do on their desktops. To do this, you will want to implement group policy. Group policy is an infrastructure that allows us to specify & manage configurations for users and computers. These policies can be configured on a local computer or user, or even in an active directory domain services environment through the group policy management console. Through this session we will cover the active directory group policy, configure user & computer account policies, and go over the management of group policies, using a variety of tools. When done with this session, you’ll be able to implement group policies to better control your network environment.

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