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Group Policies - Specific GPOs and Settings for Windows 7

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Hello Experts,

I could use a real GPO guru's help here.  I'm looking for specific GPOs settings and options that are new for Windows 7 only.  Understanding that Group Policies have been around a long time, I need to know which NEW GPOs and their settings have been introduced as new for Windows 7.

I'm researching what GPO options are available for Windows 7 workstations vs. what is already available for Windows XP and Vista workstations.

If I'm not being real clear in what I'm asking, as I may be asking it wrong, please let me know and I'll be happy to clarify.  Thanks Experts!
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Microsoft has some spreadshets that are helpful for this.  You can filter the columns and look for "supported on"

http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=25250

Thanks

Mike
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Sorry for the delay in replying, was out for the holidays.  Thank you both for excellent answers and links to valuable information.  I had to split the points because there was value in each answer provided.

Thank you again, and I wish you a happy new year!
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Thanks. same to you happy new year!
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