i am finally getting windows 7 deployed in my domain and have a few questions about how the old XP clients will or will not use the Central Store.
1. by populating the central store with the ADMX files will they override any of the ADM policy's for the XP machines?
2. will the XP clients ignore the ADMX files?
3.should i keep the WIN7 machines in a different OU structure from the XP machines?
4. any other issue you may know of other gotcha's you have found in deploying RSAT on a 2003 domain
1. adm (and admx files) do not enforce group policies. All they do is provide contextual information to GPMC so that the policies can be read and interpreted by human beings. The policy settings themselves
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