would like to tidy and recreate some of my GPOs. if a previous policy was set as 'enabled' am I correct thinking if its configured state is 'disabled' i need to 'disable' this policy rather than make it unconfigured as this would just leave it as 'enabled' on computers that have previously had that policy applied?
is there a simple way to revert all my computers back to default settings so they can apply the new policy from fresh? don't want to image them all.
It really depends on the settings configured by your GPOs. Many group policy settings (true "policies") are removed whenever the GPO no longer applies, but then there are preferences which tattoo their
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