The resulting set of policies

If you've been around Windows and policies for any length of time, you will be familiar with the resultant set of policies. Sometimes, unexpected things happen when multiple policies are in effect with different priorities. It can be very confusing and sometimes difficult to keep track of even on a whiteboard. There is a tool that helps you out with this.

You can ascertain ultimate policy settings by evaluating the Resultant Set of Policies.

Running the Citrix® Group Policy Modeling Wizard

The Citrix Group Policy Modeling Wizard is typically used to model a set of conditions for specific connection scenarios. For example, you may want to model how users who log in remotely over a slow connection connect and the policies ...

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