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The Software Settings container contains a software installation icon. If you select the icon, you can see any configured software packages displayed in the right pane. You can also create a new software package by selecting Software Installation in the left pane and clicking Action New Package. This action opens a window where you can browse for a Windows Installer package (.msi) that you have previously created. Any installer packages you add to the console will then become a part of the Group Policy and will be installed on client computers to which the policy applies. If you select Software Installation in the left console pane and then click Action Properties, you see the properties sheet for software installation. On the General tab, you have a few basic options to control how installation behaves when it is being deployed. For example, you can choose to display a Deployment Software dialog box, and you can choose to display either a Basic or Maximum user interface while installation is occurring. You also see an option to publish. This means that you want the new package to be published with the standard package options. As you can see in Figure 15-19, the Publish option is grayed out. This is because you can only publish to users, not to computers. If you were to access this sheet from a user object, this option would be available. You can also see that you can assign
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software with the Assign option, which means that you have assigned a software package to any user or computer with standard properties. You also have an Advanced published or assigned option. This feature enables you to configure the publication options at the time of deployment. You can also choose to uninstall any applications when they fall out of the scope of management.
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Figure 15-19: Software installation Properties
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The File Extensions tab enables you to associate all extensions with particular applications. This option is useful for custom applications so that correct files can be associated with them. The Categories tab enables you to add custom categories to Add/Remove Programs on the user s computer. These custom categories can store corporate software applications.
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If you expand Windows Settings, you see two categories: Scripts and Security Settings. If you select Scripts in the left pane, you see Startup and Shutdown Options appear in the right pane. If you select one of the options and then click Action Properties, you can choose to use a desired script or you can add one as needed. When you add scripts, or remove them for that matter, the scripts become part of the Group Policy and will be run when the user boots the computer or shuts down.
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If you expand the Security Settings container, you see a number of subcontainers that house different kinds of security policies. For example, if you select account policies in the left pane, the password policy and account lockout policy containers appear in the right pane. If you double-click one of the policy containers, you see a list of actual policies. For example, under password policy, you see such policies as enforce password history, maximum password age, minimum password length, and so on. If you double-click one of the policies, a simple dialog box appears where you can define a policy. For example in Figure 15-20, you see the Enforce password history policy. To define the policy, simply click the check box and enter the number of passwords a computer should remember. Then click the OK button.
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Figure 15-20: Security Policy Setting
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You will notice that, by default, most policies are not defined. This is a big design issue because you need only access and define the policies you want to implement. You have many policies available to you, but you will not use all of them for your implementation. Therefore you need only access the ones you want to implement since, by default, the policies are not defined anyway.
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So, to configure the policies you want, simply move through the different containers, and access the desired policy container, then the desired policy. You may have to spend some time wading around to find the exact policy you want, but the following bulleted list reviews what is available in the Security Settings container. Account Policies Contains subcontainers for password policy and account lockout policy. Local Policies Contains subcontainers for audit policy, user rights assignment, and security options. Event Log Contains policy settings for the Event Log. Restricted Groups Contains security access policies for restricted group access. System Services Contains security policies for system services on the computer, such as DHCP Client, FRS, and so on. This feature enables you to set security on various system services to prevent user tampering.
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