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Windows® Group Policy Administrators Pocket Consultant by William R. Stanek

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Planning Group Policy Changes

Before you change Group Policy, you should model the effects of policy changes you’d like to make and back up the current Group Policy configuration. After you implement Group Policy or perform updates to Group Policy, you should review the results. Then, when you have finished with the update and review processes, you should back up the Group Policy configuration again.

Testing Implementation and Configuration Scenarios

Modeling Group Policy for planning is useful when you want to test various implementation and configuration scenarios. For example, you might want to model the effect of a slow link or the use of loopback processing. You can also model the effect of moving users or computers to another container in ...

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