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Group Policy Tool on Windows 7

Posted on 2011-02-23
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In order to better manage my users Internet explorer settings I am going to dedicate a computer that has the perfect IE settings I need all of my users to have. Then I would like to download the Group Policy Managment Console tool to the Windows 7 computer so I can import the settings into a GPO directly from that machine...I've done this before with Vista but can't find the tool again on the Internet for Windows 7. Can someone help me out?
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You have to add the GPMC feature (so it's already there in 7)

Screenshots here:  http://www.gpanswers.com/home/135-gpmc/668-group-policy-the-gpmcits-part-of-the-operating-system.html

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Mike
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