Chapter 38. Managing Group Policy

Group Policy is designed to simplify administration by allowing administrators to configure user and computer settings in the Active Directory directory service and then have those policies automatically applied to computers throughout an organization. Not only does this provide central management of computers, it also helps to automate key administrative tasks. Using Group Policy, you can accomplish the following tasks:

  • Configure security policies for account lockout, passwords, Kerberos, and auditing ...

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