Group policy management console server 2008

5. Go to either Computer Configuration | Policies | Software Settings | Software Installation or User Configuration | Policies | Software Settings | Software Installation

6. Choose New | Package

7. Configure according to your requirenments

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Hi CarolynCAPMPT,

Yes, there is no Group Policy tab in the doprimary properties in Windows Server 2008 R2. You can use the Group Policy Management Consingle (GPMC) which is the conventional tool for managing Group Policy.

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If this Windows Server 2008 R2 is a Domain Controller, please usage Krystian’s pointer to open up and usage GMPC.

If this is a member server and GPMC has not been set up, please refer to the complying with write-ups to install it:

Install the GPMC

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc725932.aspx

For more indevelopment around GPMC, please refer to:

Group Policy Management Console

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753298.aspx

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Bruce

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Yes it is correct way to do it. Of course each firm is a small bit different, and also OU have to reflect logical structure of your agency. So basically you did not have to produce brand-new OU, bereason you can use group filltering on greater level. and also the plan would be inherited on son OUs (unless of course you have OU with block inheritance).

Basically policy inheritance have the right to be defined as LSDOU, which indicates Local, Site, Doprimary , OU

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1. Open gpmc.msc

2. Right click "Group Policy Objects"

3. Choose New and also provide name

4. Right click brand-new produced GPO pick edit

5. Go to either Computer Configuration | Policies | Software Setups | Software Installation or User Configuration | Policies | Software Settings | Software Installation

6. Choose New | Package

7. Connumber according to your requirenments

With sort regardsKrystian Ziejahttp://www.projectnenvision.comFollow me on twitterMy Blog
Thursday, March 10, 2011 8:37 PM
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Hi CarolynCAPMPT,

Yes, tbelow is no Group Policy tab in the doprimary properties in Windows Server 2008 R2. You can usage the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) which is the standard tool for regulating Group Policy.

If this Windows Server 2008 R2 is a Domajor Controller, please use Krystian’s suggestion to open up and also usage GMCOMPUTER.

If this is a member server and GPMC has not been installed, please describe the following write-ups to install it:

Install the GPMC

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc725932.aspx

For even more indevelopment around GPMC, please refer to:

Group Policy Management Console

http://classiccomputers.info.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753298.aspx

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Bruce

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Yes it is correct way to perform it. Of course each firm is a small little bit different, and OU must reflect logical structure of your company. So basically you did not should produce new OU, because you could usage group filltering on greater level. and also the plan would certainly be inherited on kid OUs (unless of course you have actually OU with block inheritance).

Basically policy inheritance can be identified as LSDOU, which indicates Local, Site, Domain , OU

With sort regardsKrystian Ziejahttp://www.projectnenvision.comFollow me on twitterMy Blog
Friday, March 11, 2011 7:15 PM
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