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Add win 10 group policy templates to domain

Posted on 2016-11-03
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Researched this as a way to add win 10 desktop settings to group policy:

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/canitpro/2015/10/20/step-by-step-managing-windows-10-with-administrative-templates/

and just wanted to make sure that this is the proper way to add the win 10 group polices to domain management and to see if all folders need to be copied to the sysvol folder (the msi has all the admx files in the base directory then other subfolder which look like they are for other languages cs, da, de).
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Yes that is the proper way :-)
For ADML just copy the languages you need.
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by:GR JN
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There are the 100 admx in the base directory then what seems to be the same 100 in the en (english directory). Which one should be used?
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Admx file need to be in the root folder, Adml files need to be in the language specific folder (i.e EN-GB)

See this article for clarification

Pete
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