In this guide, I’ll show you how to disable PowerShell with group policy. In addition, I’ll show you how to enabled it for specific users such as administrations while leaving it disabled for all other users. Why Disable PowerShell? PowerShell is often used by malicious actors to spread malware throughout the network. PowerShell is enabled…
In this post, you will learn how to configure and manage the group policy central store. What is the Group Policy Central Store? The group policy central store is a central location to store all the group policy template files. This eliminates the need for admins to load and open group policy template files on…
In this guide, I’ll show you step by step instructions on how to map network drives with Group Policy. If you’re still using login scripts then it’s time to switch to Group Policy. Mapping drives with group policy is very easy and requires no scripting experience. Bonus: It can actually speed up the user logon process.…
Today I will show you how to force a group policy update on remote computers. Computers will update group policy in the background every 90 minutes, in addition, group policy is updated when the computer starts up. There are times when you make changes or create new GPOs (Group Policy Objects) and you need the…
Want an insanely easy way to troubleshoot and report group policy settings for users and computers? Then you’ll love this guide.
Having multiple group policy objects can get out of control and difficult to troubleshoot.
When deploying GPOs, you need to consider:
Group policy settings can overlap
Moving a user or computer to another OU can affect what policies are getting applied
GPO ordering and precedence
User settings vs computer settings
So how exactly do you report what settings are getting applied?
It’s easy just follow the steps in this guide.