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Windows® Small Business Server 2011 by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford

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Chapter 21. Using Group Policy

In one form or another, Group Policy is all about security. The policies in place after installation include rules about logons, software installation, passwords, and other settings that have an effect on how safe your network will be. You might not need to change most of these settings. However, you do need to know how the policies work, how to make changes, and how to configure new policies for your particular circumstances.

The configuration of intelligent security policies has the serendipitous effect of potentially increasing productivity by providing a barrier against those great time-wasters: the accidental loss of vital folders, the deletion of files, and the inadvertent introduction of viruses and other malicious ...

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