Understanding Group Policy Management with Outlook

One of the most powerful tools administrators have—Group Policy with Windows Server 2000 and now Windows Server 2003—has become an even more comprehensive part of the network environment and enterprise management strategy.

Group Policy functionality is used to deliver a standard set of security, controls, rules, and options to a user and workstation when authenticating to the domain. In addition, it can be used to configure everything from login scripts and folder redirection to enabling desktop features and preventing users from installing software on network workstations. With Exchange Server 2003 and the Outlook client, Group Policy can be used to control the preferences and options available ...

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