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Group Policy settings are contained in a GPO and determine the user s desktop envi ronment. You can view the Group Policy settings for a GPO in the Group Policy Object Editor. There are two types of Group Policy settings: computer configuration settings and user configuration settings. They are contained in the Computer Configuration and the User Configuration nodes in a GPO.
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The Computer Configuration node contains the settings used to set group policies applied to computers, regardless of who logs on to them. Computer configuration set tings are applied when the operating system initializes. The User Configuration node contains the settings used to set group policies applied to users, regardless of which computer the user logs on to. User configuration settings are applied when users log on to the computer.
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Note Although some settings are user interface settings for example, the background bitmap or the ability to use the Run command on the Start menu they can be applied to com puters using settings in the Computer Configuration node.
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Both the Computer Configuration and the User Configuration nodes include settings for installing software, settings for installing and accessing the Windows Server 2003 operating system, and registry settings. These settings are contained in the Software Settings, Windows Settings, and Administrative Templates nodes.
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Software Settings Node
In both the Computer Configuration and the User Configuration nodes, the Software Settings node (shown in Figure 10-2) contains only the Software Installation extension by default. The Software Installation extension helps you specify how applications are installed and maintained within your organization. It also provides a place for indepen dent software vendors to add settings. When you configure settings in the Software Installation extension, you can manage an application within a GPO that, in turn, is associated with an Active Directory site, domain, or OU. Applications can be managed in one of two modes: assigned or pub lished. You assign an application to a computer when you want computers or users managed by the GPO to have the application. You publish an application when you
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want the application to be available to users managed by the GPO, should a user want the application. You cannot publish an application to computers. More information on setting software installation using Group Policy is provided in 12, Deploying Software with Group Policy.
Figure 10-2 Contents of Software Settings node
Windows Settings Node
In both the Computer Configuration and the User Configuration nodes, the Windows Settings node (shown in Figure 10-3) contains the Scripts extension and the Security Settings node.
Figure 10-3 Contents of Windows Settings node
The Scripts extension allows you to specify two types of scripts: startup/shutdown (in the Computer Configuration node) and logon/logoff (in the User Configuration node). Startup/shutdown scripts run at computer startup or shutdown. Logon/logoff scripts run when a user logs on or off the computer. When you assign multiple logon/logoff or startup/shutdown scripts to a user or computer, Windows Server 2003 executes the scripts from top to bottom. You can determine the order of execution for multiple scripts in the Properties dialog box. When a computer is shut down, Windows Server 2003 first processes logoff scripts, followed by shutdown scripts. By default, the timeout value for processing scripts is 10 minutes. If the logoff and shutdown scripts require more than 10 minutes to process, you must adjust the timeout value with a software policy. You can use any ActiveX scripting language to write scripts. Some possi bilities include Microsoft Visual Basic, Scripting Edition (VBScript), Microsoft JScript, Perl, and MS-DOS style batch files (.bat and .cmd).
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Note Logon scripts on a shared network directory in another forest are supported for network logon across forests. This is a new feature of the Windows Server 2003 family.
The Security Settings node allows a security administrator to manually configure secu rity levels assigned to a local or nonlocal GPO. This can be done after, or instead of, using a security template to set system security. For a detailed discussion of system security and the Security Settings node, refer to 13, Administering Security with Group Policy. In the User Configuration node only, the Windows Settings folder contains the addi tional nodes Remote Installation Services, Folder Redirection, and Internet Explorer Maintenance. Remote Installation Services (RIS) is used to control the behavior of a remote operating system installation. Optionally, RIS can be used to provide custom ized packages for non Windows Server 2003 clients of Active Directory. (Group Policy requires a genuine Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 client, not merely a pre Windows 2000 client of Active Directory, however.) Folder Redirection allows you to redirect Windows Server 2003 special folders (Application Data, Desktop, My Docu ments, and Start Menu) from their default user profile location to an alternate location on the network, where they can be centrally managed. For details on folder redirec tion, refer to 11, Administering Group Policy. Internet Explorer Maintenance allows you to administer and customize Microsoft Internet Explorer on computers run ning Windows Server 2003.
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