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Controling Win 7 with Group Policy from Server 03

Posted on 2011-09-07
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I am getting into Windows 7 Pro in my network quicker than I am getting into Server 2008, R2.

I have noticed that there are many Group Policy objects in Win 7 that do not appear in the standard Server 03 GP interface.

Is there any way to add the Win 7 GP settings into A Server 03 GP Interface so the Win 7 machines can be managed better?
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You will have to wait for the 2008 R2 DC before you can use AD for the new group policies. You can use the local GP on the 7 machines, but generally its easier to wait for the new R2 DC.
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Thats what I was afraid you would say...

Thanks for the assist
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