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Applying WMI permissions using AD Group Policy

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I would like to configure WMI settings in Group Policy so that when I launch a new server and add it to the domain it automatically has permissions for the specified WMI account to access and read data.

How do I go about implementing this ?

I am using Windows Server 2012.

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