Chapter 19. Windows Server 2008 Group Policies and Policy Management

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Since the inception of computer networks, there has been a need and a desire to centrally administer and configure devices on the network. As small campus and corporate networks evolved and became connected with other institutions, security concerns prompted the requirement to secure access to resources and to limit administration of connected devices.

With Microsoft networks, the solution to the ...

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