Posts Tagged ‘ Group Policies ’

Security and Flexibility in the corporate IT environment

January 15, 2009
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IT managers have a tough job ahead of them. Having to keep the company’s workstations and servers secure and at the same time providing a flexible work (technology) environment that will handle exceptions as they come up.  It’s a tall order. The first instinct is to make the workstation so secure that it’s unusable....

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Quick note about Group Policies – Server 2003 vs. Server 2008

October 7, 2008
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A major issue in Server 2003 implementations of Group Policies is the huge amount of space they take up. For each Policy, there’s a corresponding .ADM file. The .ADM file supports only the English language, and it’s also 3.5MB in size. Not much right? When you consider that for each policy you have, there’s...

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