After proper planning, it only takes a few minutes to implement QoS policies by using Group Policy settings. This section describes how to use GPOs to configure QoS policies that define DSCP values and traffic throttling. It also describes how to configure system-wide QoS settings such as the inbound TCP throughput level.
How to Configure QoS by Using Group Policy
For QoS to be effective, you should configure as many computers as possible to assign DSCP values to traffic and, when prioritizing traffic is not sufficient, throttling outbound traffic.
To Configure QoS by Using Group Policy
In the console tree of the Group Policy Management Editor snap-in for the GPO to which you want to add the policy, open the Computer Configuration\Windows ...