Group Policies are used to define user and computer configurations for groups of users and computers. Kenvin Associates will help you navigate the complexities involved with designing Group Policies. Imagine defining a security policy for your entire organization and implementing it from a single workstation.

Using Group Policies, you can define the state of your users' work environment once and rely on the system to enforce the policies you define. Group Policies support several different components for security and configuration.  Registry-based policies include Group Policy for Windows Networking systems and its components and applications. Security policies include options for local computer, domain, and network security settings.

  • Software installation and maintenance options:
    Used to centrally manage application installation, updates, and removal.
  • Scripts options:
    Includes scripts for computer startup/shutdown, user logon/logoff.
  • Folder redirection options:
    Allow administrators to redirect users' special folders to the network.


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