RSAT on Windows 10

While installing the GPMC onto a Windows Server operating system is quick and easy because the files for installation are already pre-built into each instance, launching the GPMC this way still means that you are having to log into a server of some kind anytime that you want to administer Group Policy. For some of us, that isn't a problem at all. I normally have RDP connections open to at least a half-dozen servers at any given time during my workday. But the larger the organization, the more segmented job roles are going to be, and wouldn't it be nice if we could configure Group Policy right from our Windows 10 desktop computer, without ever having to log into a server of any kind?

Yes it would. And that is exactly the ...

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