Group Policy Preferences have been out for about 3 years now and so there have been a number web posts about what they are and how they are implemented. So I have created a list of links to other articles that from the Group Policy Team Blog and ohter places that help explain what Preference are and how you can use…
Now all three post’s by Rich Crandall showing in great detail the modes of Group Policy Loopback. Loopback Policy Processing Debug Series – Normal Mode Loopback Policy Processing Debug Series – Merge Mode Loopback Policy Processing Debug Series – Replace Mode
Rich has just posted Part 2 of the in depth look at at loopback group policy processing has just been posted. Check it out at CB5 Blog | Loopback Policy Processing Debug Series – Merge Mode
Ever wanted to know how loopback group policy really worked. Well Rich Crandall on the CB5 Blog has just done a the first post in a three part series talking about how loopback policy is applied. Check it out at CB5 Blog | Loopback Policy Processing Debug Series – Normal Mode
Jan Egil’s has just written a good blog post explaining how to use Power Shell with Group Policy Preferences to easily setup multiple printer connections. If you have ever had to make printer connections with Group Policy Preferences you will know that it is a real easy to copy a printer connection. However it is a real pain to then…
Ever wondered why the behaviour of Group Policy Preferences Power Plan never worked the way you expected? Well Ned Pyle from Microsoft has written a really good article explaining this behaviour. http://blogs.technet.com/askds/archive/2009/12/11/windows-xp-power-management-and-group-policy-preferences.aspx
My recent Group Policy showing how to apply different power plan’s in Windows using Group Policy during different times of the day has picked up some traction and it has now been re-blogged twice.
First mention was on the Green IT Strategy (see below)
See the whole article at http://www.greenitstrategy.com/blog/67-power-management/162-alan-burchill-how-to-use-group-policy-preferences-to-manage-windows-power-plans
And the second has been on the Microsoft Group Policy Team which has re-published my article in full… AWESOME!!!!
See the whole article at http://blogs.technet.com/grouppolicy/archive/2009/09/30/configuring-a-power-plan-with-group-policy-preferences-by-alan-burchill.aspx