GPO needed, are they possible?

1 -GPO for 10 minute screen lock out all users
2-GPO for a lock out after 5 failed password attempts, must have you reset all users
3-GPO to restrict ability to write to media all devices/assets except User A or UserB's computers
4-GPO to restrict saving locally route instead to an encrypted file folder off of the server ? Create a new drive for community saving.

The above are the GPO's that a HIPAA security firm, not knowing about IT, put in a review for us to implement for a customer.  I am not sure that these are done through GPO, can someone give guidance on

1) is it possible?
2) how to complete?

Thank you very much!
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abilitytoAuthor Commented:
Thanks Brota.  Can you expand on being careful?
Also, the changing of the save location is just for office apps.  Am i reading this incorrectly that this will not impact all applications?
Just becareful on applying the GPO if you are not familiar with setting up GPO. I would try it with a test OU user and computer account before going full deploy.

To help prevent saving you could also use folder redirection to redirect my doc desktop. Then you can try the policy that prevents saving to the root drives.

Or you could setup encryption on the computers if that is not enough for you
abilitytoAuthor Commented:
I understand that, we use GPO for my docs and drive mapping now with good success.  

Can you give any other resources, thoughts on the preventing saving to the root drives?
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