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GPO:  Set KeepAliveTime and

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Hi All,

I want to set the default value for these two registry keys on all our Windows 7 PC's

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc957549.aspx
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc957548.aspx

How can I do this with Group Policy?


Many thanks
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You might need to use GPPE [ Group Policy Preference ] to add these registry values.

Similiar question was answered previously. Please refer this link

How to use GPPE. Click here
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You can create script ,ADM file to perform the same as you have win7 and Win2008 server GPP is the way to go.One more link for GPP:http://www.unidesk.com/blog/gpos-set-custom-registry-entries-virtual-desktops-disabling-machine-password
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It is recommended to use ADMX or GPPE in Windows 2008/Windows 7 above operating systems due to mutliple issues. Click here to know more

Custom ADM files need to kept as long as this policy is in use, whereas in GPPE we need not as it is integrated with GPMC and this is recommended tool for this scenario.
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