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Grouping of all portables in the organization Grouping of desktops whose users have local administrative rights Grouping of desktops with common user rights Grouping of all external PCs in the organization Grouping of all managed external PCs in the organization Grouping of all unmanaged external PCs in the organization
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TABLE 7-2 A Centralized PC Administration OU Structure
Now that your GPO is structured only for computers, you can begin to examine the settings you can manage with this GPO The Computer Configuration section is divided into several subcategories Table 7-3 lists these categories and their possible application in your network
NOTE Different settings apply to different operating systems Out of the 2,450 potential settings,
more than 800 apply only to Vista Make sure you review which operating system settings apply to before you assign them to your PCs The system a setting applies to is displayed in the setting s explanation
7:
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GPO Section Software Settings
Comment This section deals with software installations If you want to assign a software product to a computer instead of a user through Windows Server 2008 software delivery, you set the parameters here This section deals with general Windows settings and includes elements such as scripts and security settings Controls access to startup and shutdown scripts Includes account policies, local policies, Event Logs, and more For example, this is where you would configure Windows Firewall settings Controls all account policies Specific to each computer or to the domain Includes audit policy, user rights assignments, and security options Most user rights assignments are set at the domain level, but some, such as modify firmware environment values and perform volume maintenance tasks, should be assigned at the PC level to allow technical groups the rights required to maintain PCs Controls size of each Event Log Controls who belongs to high-security groups such as Domain Administrators Set at the domain level for high-level administrative groups (Domain and Enterprise Administrators) Set at the PC level for local administrators such as technician groups Determines how given services will behave on a computer Allows you to set access rights to registry hives Allows you to set access rights to files and folders Controls secured access to networks and single sign-on settings Controls inbound and outbound firewall rules Controls the state of the firewall, both when connected to the internal network and when roaming outside the office Allows you to set policies for wireless network connections
Applicable See the PC management strategy later in this chapter Partially If required Partially
Windows Settings Scripts Security Settings
Account Policy Local Policies
Set at the domain level Audit policy and some user rights
Event Log Restricted Groups
Yes Partially
System Services Registry File System Wired Network (IEEE 8023) Policies Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Wireless Network (IEEE 80211) Policies Public Key Policies Software Restriction Policies Network Access Protection IP Security Policy
Yes No No Yes Yes
PART IV
For portables
Controls all public key infrastructure (PKI) settings, including the Encrypting File System Allows you to determine which applications are allowed to run in your network Controls access to networks based on health status Lets you set the enforcement clients, define user interface settings, and identify trusted server groups Allows you to set the PC behavior when using Internet Protocol Security (IPSec)
For portables At the domain level For portables or any roaming computer For portables
TABLE 7-3 Computer Policy Categories and Contents
Part IV:
Manage Objects with Windows Server 2008
GPO Section Policy-based QoS Administrative Templates Control Panel Network
Comment Defines Quality of Service (QoS) settings for video and audio streaming Administrative templates are scriptable GPO components that can be used to control a wide variety of settings, such as Control Panel items, Windows components, system, network, and Printers Controls regional and language options, as well as allows you to modify the default user logon pictures Controls network-related settings, such as Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), DNS Client, Link-Layer Topology Discovery, Microsoft Peer-to-Peer Networking, Offline Files, Network Connections, QoS Packet Scheduler, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Configurations, and Windows Connect Now Offline files settings should be set so that users cannot configure them for themselves Network connections should be set so that wireless connections should use machine authentication SNMP is not normally configured for PCs Mainly controls how printers are used with the Active Directory Domain Service Supports the ability to publish printers through GPOs Controls system-wide settings, such as User Profiles, Scripts, Logon, Disk Quotas, Net Logon, Group Policy (Loopback, for example), Remote Assistance, System Restore, Error Reporting, Windows File Protection, Remote Procedure Call, Windows Time Service, and more This section controls the behavior of each listed feature The Scripts section, for example, determines the behavior for scripts, not the script names Remote Assistance should be set to facilitate help desk tasks, especially, the Offer Remote Assistance setting Error Reporting should be set for critical applications This will enable them to send any error reports to a corporate share without telling users It also controls device driver signing This should be turned on for all deployed PCs It also controls the behavior of user profiles on PCs You should modify this behavior if you intend to work with roaming profiles and folder redirection Use Device Installation to control whether or not users can plug in devices such as Universal Serial Bus (USB) drives Use Local Services, which allow you to automatically change settings on PCs to match an employee s language settings Power Management helps reduce the power consumption of PCs in the organization Use User Account Control to have everyone run with a standard user token
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