Computer Configuration Policy Node

The Computer Configuration node of a group policy contains settings designed to configure and manage a Windows system. Many of the settings found in this node also exist in the User Configuration node, and when both settings are configured, different outcomes will result. In some cases, computer policy settings will always be used even if the user configuration policy setting is configured as well. In other cases, the last policy setting applied will be used. For example, in a local group policy, within each node under Administrative Templates\System\Scripts, there is a setting named Run Logon Scripts Synchronously, and if this setting is configured in the Computer Configuration section, it will be enforced ...

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