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Any user that is a member of the Domain Admins or local Administrators group can work with local group policy. To work with local group policy, you use the Local Security Policy tool, which can be accessed by clicking Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, Local Security Policy. On a domain controller, you select Domain Controller Security Policy instead. In either case, this displays a dialog box similar to the one shown in Figure 38-4.
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Accessing local group policy remotely You can access the local group policy on another computer using the Group Policy Object Editor snap-in. Follow these steps:
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1 Click Start, select Run, type mmc in the Open field, and then click OK. 2 Choose Add/Remove Snap-In from the File menu in the main window. In the Add/ 3 In the Add Standalone Snap-In dialog box, click Group Policy Object Editor, and then
choose Add. This starts the Group Policy Wizard.
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Remove Snap-In dialog box, click Add.
4 The Select Group Policy Object page is displayed. Click Browse. 5 In the Browse For A Group Policy Object dialog box, click the Computers tab, select
Another Computer, and then click Browse again.
6 This displays the Select Computer dialog box. Enter the name of the computer whose
local group policy you want to access, and click Check Names. When you have the right computer, click OK.
7 Click OK again and then click Finish in the Group Policy Wizard. 8 In the Add Standalone Snap-In dialog box, click Close. Then in the Add/Remove
Snap-In dialog box, click OK.
In local group policy, you can configure security settings that apply to users and the local computer itself. Any changes you make to policy are applied to that computer the next time Group Policy is refreshed. In a domain environment these settings include the following:
Account policies for passwords, account lockout, and Kerberos Local policies for auditing, user rights assignment, and security options Event logging options for configuring log size, access, and retention options for the
application, system, and security logs
Security restriction settings for groups, system services, Registry keys, and the file
system
Security settings for wireless networking, public keys, and Internet Protocol Security
(IPSec)
Software restrictions that specify software applications that aren t allowed to run on
the computer Local group policy is configured in the same way as Active Directory group policy. If you want to apply a policy, you must define it and set its values as appropriate. For example, let s say you are concerned about someone possibly cracking into the local system using the local Administrator account and you want to use Group Policy to rename this account so that it is more difficult to locate. To do this, you would define the Accounts: Rename Administrator
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out Account policy and set a new name for the local Administrator account by following these steps:
1 Start the Local Security Policy tool by clicking Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, Local Security Policy. 2 Expand Security Options, and then double-click Accounts: Rename Administrator Account. 3 In the Accounts: Rename Administrator Account dialog box, shown in Figure 38-5, you would select the Define This Policy Setting option, type a new name for the local Administrator account, and then click OK.
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Figure 38-5.
Defining a local policy.
Working with the Group Policy Object Editor
Any user that is a member of the Domain Admins or Enterprise Admins group can work with Active Directory group policy. Working with Active Directory group policy is a bit different than working with local group policy. With Active Directory group policy, object creation and linking are separate. You can create GPOs and then later link them to a container in Active Directory. You can also create objects and simultaneously link them to the appropriate container. Linking GPOs to a container is what tells Active Directory to apply the related settings. The Group Policy Object Editor is used to open specific GPOs. Although you could open a new MMC and add the Group Policy Object Editor snap-in set to the GPO you want to work with (as discussed previously in the sidebar entitled Accessing Local Group Policy Remotely ), there are easier ways to access linked GPOs. The technique you use depends on the type of object to which the GPO is linked, as follows:
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