Friday, January 2, 2015

policies and preferences

both are mostly registry punches

polices (managed)

  • setting is permanant (grayed our UI)
  • applied @ startup, logon, refresh
  • removing policy reverts to default
  • policy takes precedence over preference

preference (unmanaged)

  • user can reverse settings (Ui not grayed out)
  • applied + refreshed or "do not reapply"
  • setting tattoos registry - reuires another policy to undo
  • not avalable for local GPO
  • often useful for
    • desktop/icons/shortcuts
    • url on desktop, default homepage
    • send to
    • drive map
    • file copy, update, delete


Targeting allow how it is applied

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