Are there any additional group policy settings?

Posted on 2005-04-22
Last Modified: 2010-04-18

I have made a few modification to our group policies by going into our AD users and computers.  Is there anywhere else that I can push different settings down to my workstations other than here.

I am basically seeing if there are other methods of pushing down policies to my workstations.

Thanks in advance
Question by:weblinktechnologies
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    GPMC Group Policy Management Console,its part of the sever 2003 reskit I think.
    It allows for greater management of policies,its view is similar to that of Users & Computers,shows the AD structure but also shows which policies are applied to which OUs.
    Also displays the settings of each policy in a clear and precise way on one page ,so you don't have to edit the policy object to see what it contains.
    Not sure if thats what you were asking for.Its really quite good though.
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    Where can I get the Resource Kit for 2003.  Do I have to by the book that comes with the CD or the CD itself.  Or, is it available for download
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