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Windows defender adm, W2k3 GPO

Posted on 2009-04-03
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Hi All,

So I've taken the Window defender .adm file from my xp install (C:\windows\inf) and attempted to set clients configs by means of the template in the GPO except when I add the template in the Windows server policy Group policy management tool the Windows defender template doesn't appear on the list.

Anyone seen this before?
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by:Donald Stewart
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Did you right click on admin templates>>>view>>>filtering>>>uncheck "only show policy settings that can be fully managed"??
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by:paullord
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Right clicking on Admin Templatesgives the following options
Add/ Remove templates
Add Tasks ( Add/ Remove templates)
Help
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oops, sorry expand it and click on any below and try there
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by:paullord
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Still no go. I looking under Admin Templates\Windows Components.
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by:Donald Stewart
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Did you?


1.    In the Group Policy Object editor, choose the User Configuration--->Administrator Template.
2.    In the Group Policy Object editor menu, click View--->Filtering
3.    Deselect the option "Only show policy settings that can be fully managed". Click OK and check how it works.
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1. Yes
2. Yes
3. Yes
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by:Donald Stewart
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Did you look under computer config?
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Defender gpo

defender-gpo.PNG
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by:Donald Stewart
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Just tested it shows up with out unchecking the filtering options :-)
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Where did you get the adm file from?
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same as you "xp install (C:\windows\inf)"
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