Group Policy is an awesome tool for IT Departments to ensure that their end user computers have the correct enforcement settings on them. It also ensures that company policies are met while also helping to keep security measures in place.
The wide range of policies available to IT Departments via Group Policy, means that computers on a corporate domain can be locked down as much or as little as the company demands.
The good thing about Group Policy is that it does not just stop at Windows enforcement policies. You can also download a wide range of ADMX files for software like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Adobe Products, even VMWare.
Even if you are an experienced administrator of Group Policies and imported ADMX files, I bet there are still a few policies available to you that you did not even know about.
So, what group policy templates are available to me?
The answer is, too many to list, well, for me anyway. However, there is a full catalog of all Group Policy Administrative Templates available which also includes download links to all of them.
Just go ahead and click the button below to go and take a look at the catalog:
You can then take a good browse around all the policies available and when you click into them, you can even see all the settings that can be set within each policy. Then just download, import to your Group Policy Management Console and away you go!
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