Group Policy

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We have a small company using Windows Server 2012 R2, we have 2 x users who still have XP Machines, I need to only change some settings on those 2 machines (RPC Over HTTPS) but still need them to adhere to the default domain policy

basically I want to add the following to my Domain Policy
http://www.itguydiaries.net/2012/06/outlook-anywhere-rpchttp-settings-are.html

how can I achieve this?
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Create a new GPO name RPC Over HTTPS for XP Machines. Under scoping, add just their two machine names. Remove authenicated users. Link GPO to domain or OU that their computer is a member of.
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