after configuring the 'wmi filter & rsop' on windows 2003, i also ran a backup of gpo as per this 'url':
- i created a folder on a spare partitioned drive on my domain controller and shared specifically for 'administrator account'.
- i then opened selected to 'view' my specific gpo settings, which allows me to narrow down and troubleshoot a specific issue with maybe one of my gpo settings. - ok
i am curious to understand in more detail the following:
'gp slow link detection':
"also see the 'do not detect slow network connections' and related policies in computer configuration\administrati
ve templates\system user profile. note if the profile server has ip connectivity, the connection speed setting is used. if the profile server does no have ip connectiivity, the smb timing is used"!!!!
question 1. im assuming if after configuring my gpo's on my domain controller which also linked to remote/geographical locations to other other child domain controllers for example.
meaning the child domain controller which would be set with a static ip address but connected via my isp/internet connection back to my 'master dc', then im assuming if i had a 't1' line for example the value would be: 1544 ?
there are 3 types of t1: (i have gone to far in depth i do realise)!!!
- data t1 line
- voice t1 line
- primary Rate Interface T1 Line - usually referred to as PRI T1 - probably the most preferable to use if a company relies on phonecalls aswell and is more popular. it is also particularly well suited to Small to Medium Sized Business that have geographically separate offices by using a service called Hosted VoIP
after reading this link then unless i require 100% upload/download then a t1 line is not needed: http://www.whichvoip.com/whichvoip-what-is-t1.htm
delegation of same gpo as above:
question 2. if i also click on the 'delegation' tab it shows a list of default settings which i understand that all the 'admin/enterprise need access ie:
- cogs\domain admins - ok understood
- cogs\enterprise admins - presumably linking via an isp to another geographic office
- nt authority\authenticated users - not sure as 'everyone' does same !!!!!???
- nt authority\enterprise domain controllers - i assume it means additional dc's
- nt authority\system - not sure
if i only have 1 master dc in with all the network linked locally would or should i remove any of the above ?