Chapter 5. Configuring User and Computer Policies

Group Policy is a set of rules that you can apply to help manage users and computers. In Windows 8.1, Group Policy includes both managed settings, referred to as policy settings, and unmanaged settings, referred to as policy preferences. Policy settings enable you to control the configuration of the operating system and its components. Policy preferences enable you to configure, deploy, and manage operating system and application settings. The key difference between policy settings ...

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