Posts under Group Policy tag.

Configure and allow Windows to run Specified Programs only

In certain situations, you might want to allow others to run only programs you specify on your computer. What you need is the Windows Group Policy Editor (which is available in Professional and above versions of Windows). To open Group […]

What is AuditPol in Windows 10/8/7 and how to enable it

Windows 10/8/7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2 include a command line tool called Audit Policy Program, AuditPol.exe, situated in the System32 folder that allows you to manage and audit policy sub-category settings in a more precise […]

Group Policy for Beginners Guide from Microsoft

Group Policy in Windows is the essential way that most organizations enforce settings on their computers. This guide introduces Group Policy, provides an overview of what you can do with Group Policy, describes essential concepts that you must know, and […]

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Guide: Group Policy Settings for Internet Explorer 9

There are over 1500 Group Policies for managing Windows Internet Explorer 9. Configuring these for the first time may seem like a daunting task. Group Policies can be set in either Machine or User scope. Machine policy takes precedence over […]

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Group Policy settings for Internet Explorer 8

There are approximately 1300 Group Policies for managing Windows Internet Explorer 8. Configuring these for the first time may seem like a daunting task. This article provides recommendations for the following important areas: security, performance, and compatibility with Internet Explorer […]

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Group Policy Management tips for IT pros in Windows

This article provides you the information about common administration and troubleshooting tasks and tools associated with Group Policy in Windows 7/8/10. Common tasks: These links will take you to additional information about the following tasks on the Microsoft Web site. […]