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September, 2009

  • AGPM 4.0 to be released in October

    As part of the official announcement on the MDOP blog , Advanced Group Policy Management 4.0 (AGPM) will be releasing in October to customers. With this release we had strong feedback on two main areas of improvement and an additional area that improves...
  • Configuring a Power Plan with Group Policy Preferences (by Alan Burchill)

    Alan and I had a great time presenting about Group Policy Preferences at TechEd Australia a few weeks ago. He did a quick demo in our session about configuring Power Schemes; here's the breakdown in more detail. He captures the idea of targeting power...
  • Fun with Security Settings

    LiliaG: Reporting from Australia (TechEd Australia 2009) Almost everyone at the Brisbane User Infrastructure Group last night said their biggest priority with Group Policy is security settings. Box office ratings will have my believe that wizards are...
  • Migration Tables do not work with Group Policy Preferences

    We have had an issue raised to us about Migration Tables and GPP that we wanted to take a moment to clarify. What are Migration Tables you might ask? GPMC provides a mechanism for Importing and Exporting policies. This is especially useful for moving...
  • Group Policy Preferences Client-Side Extension Hotfix Rollup Released

    Quick note to let you all know that today we released a GPP update hotfix. We do plan to have this released to Windows Update also and the Download Center though for now you can get it from Microsoft Product Support . A quick note too - when you go...
  • Windows 7 ADMX Settings Spreadsheet Released

    We have received numerous questions about when the Group Policy Settings Spreadsheet would be updated for the new Windows 7 ADMX settings. I am happy to announce that new version has been completed and is available from the Download Center . In addition...