I am trying to get a grasp on Windows Group Policy.
I would like to further understand the proper way to implement GP throughout a domain.
The domain consists of 4 servers: Exchange, ISA, WEB, and DC. all Win2K servers
The workstations are: 20 all XP Pro
Currently all Users are in One OU to keep it simple.
I want to start looking at setting some account and auditing policies for the servers and the network users but need further understanding of where to start.
Such as do I setup the Default Domain Policy for the account policy or Domain Controller Policy for the auditing policy or do I have to use the Local Security Policy on each of the servers.
Some further information on the topic for starters, and it is important that you read and get to grips with gp as much as you can,
Introduction to Windows 2000 Group Policy
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