Best Practices for Designing and Consolidating Group Policy for Performance and Security


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Customer Group Policy Implementations have grown and morphed over the years to perform a variety of Windows configuration management tasks. Today many customers find themselves with many, many GPOs, some of which have duplicate settings or are not optimized for the user's desktop experience. In this session, we provide best practices for designing Group Policy implementations with performance and security in mind. In addition, we present techniques using PowerShell and other Group Policy tools and features to help consolidate and streamline your existing deployments. #TEWSV206
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