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as in Figure 21-16 The GPOs are not stored in the containers; all GPOs are stored in the domain The child nodes give an easy way to see which GPOs are linked at the various levels
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FIGURE 21-16 GPOs linked to containers are shown as child nodes in the navigation
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Three other nodes appear under the list of OUs for the domain, as follows:
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Group Policy Objects Lists all the GPOs that are contained within the domain WMI Filters Enables the creation of Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Filter objects used to control application of GPOs, based on highly con gurable computer settings accessed via WMI Starter GPOs Enables the storage of a collection of settings from multiple Administrative Templates to form the basis for GPOs created without having to de ne settings
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Let s create a GPO that does something Right-click on the Group Policy Objects node of the domain in the navigation pane and select New from the displayed context menu You also can create a GPO and link it to a site, domain, or OU by right-clicking on the container in question and selecting Create a GPO in This Domain, and Link It Here (see Figure 21-17)
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FIGURE 21-17 Create a GPO and link it at the same time to save the step of linking later
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Here s the longer way Create the GPO rst and then link it, as follows: 1 In the GPMC, right-click Group Policy Objects in the navigation pane within the domain in which you want to create a new GPO Select New from the displayed context menu 2 Enter a name for the new GPOs If you use them, you can select a Source Starter GPO, which would auto ll some of the settings, and click OK (see Figure 21-18)
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FIGURE 21-18 The GPO name must be unique within the domain After the GPO is created, create some settings in it Right-click on the new GPO and select Edit from the context menu This launches the Group Policy Management Editor with the selected GPO open (which, at this point, has no settings) You can now modify the GPO with settings As you use Group Policy, you learn where the settings are Because they are broken into areas of functionality, anything related to Registry keys generally lives under the Administrative Templates section, which is then broken down into areas like Control Panel, Network, and so on If a setting is machine-wide, it is under Computer Con guration If it s user speci c, it is under User Con guration However, there are still a LOT of settings Fortunately, help is at hand Microsoft has an Excel spreadsheet at http://wwwmicrosoftcom/downloads/detailsaspx familyid=2043b94e66cd-4b91-9e0f-68363245c495&displaylang=en that lists the various policy settings This makes it easier to search for a setting you want to apply The cool thing about the spreadsheet is it not only lists the policy item and where to nd it; it also gives the Help/Explain text and, where applicable, the Registry key that is updated by the Registry policy (see Figure 12-19) When you con gure settings in Windows Server 2008, you have the ability to add a comment for each setting made within a GPO This helps you track the reason behind the setting and gives context to the setting s use within the organization Enter this comment via the Comment tab that is available for most Group Policy settings
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FIGURE 21-19 An example of the information found in the spreadsheet While on the subject of Registry keys, this was obviously a bad thing with Windows NT 4 system policies Registry changes were made that were permanent If a policy was removed, the setting was not undone the Registry was tattooed, which means the setting was left in the Registry Is this still the case No, at least not for the built-in administrative templates, which update special Registry areas reserved for policies However, custom admx les can still affect other Registry areas that are not true Group Policies and are not undone if the policy is removed These are known as preferences because they still tattoo Most of these settings are under the HKEY_LOCAL_ MACHINE/Software/Policies and HKEY_CURRENT_USER/Software/ Policies, which are the preferred locations However, some settings are also written to the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ Windows\CurrentVersion\policies and HKEY_ CURRENT_USER\ SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\policies locations One great feature in the Group Policy Editor in Windows Server 2008 is its ability to search and lter You can select Filter Options from the context menu of an Administrative Template This opens a dialog that shows settings based on if they are managed, con gured, and commented; it also includes keyword lters to search for a string in the policy setting title, explanation text, and even the comment You can also enable requirement lters, so settings have to meet certain criteria This is a great feature not just for nding settings but also limiting what you view When you combine the lter with the All Settings node in Administrative Templates, it s a great way to quickly view what you care about in one place Let s assume you want to edit your Internet Explorer settings for users After selecting Edit for your GPO, expand the User Con guration, expand Policies (preferences are covered in the Group Policy Preferences section), expand Windows Settings, and nally expand Internet Explorer Maintenance Figure 21-20 shows that Internet Explorer maintenance is broken up into areas including the browser user interface (which enables customized graphics and titles), connection information such as proxy con guration and connection options, URLs, Security (which enables sites to be precon gured into certain security zones), and Authenticode settings and Programs (which enable con guration of things such as the default application for Web page editing)
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FIGURE 21-20 Internet Explorer con rmation is outside the Administrative Template section,
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with its con guration controlled by a speci c Internet Explorer settings client-side extension (iedkcs32dll)
For your purposes, you want to change the URL settings, so perform the following: 1 Select URLs under Internet Explorer Maintenance There are two options in the details pane: Favorites and Links and Important URLs 2 Double-click Favorites and Links, which opens the dialog to control the Favorites menu, as shown in Figure 21-21