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Does anyone have a link to where I can find an explanation of each group policy?
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by:DLeaver
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Hi

Most of the GPOs are accompanied by explanations in there default view.  The best resource outside of this is the help and support centre.

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by:lbbcsg
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Technet has a section on Windows 2003 Server w/Group Policy.

Lots of info here:

http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/f/?en/Library/0450d4a9-6555-4fca-a17e-d9dff234a3a51033.mspx

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by:Jandakel2
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The question asked for "explanation of each group policy".  My link provided the user with a spreadsheet outlining each policy, it's description and location, where as vsg375's link brought you to a link that provides directions on setting up a GPMC.  I don't think that a split is justified.

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by:vsg375
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You got a point, but I think that the link given by lbbcsg still gave valuable information. I'll leave the final decision to the wisdom of the Mods.

Thanks for your feedback

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