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  • Blog Post: Tales from the Community - Deleting a registry value

    Tales from the Community – Deleting registry values Okay, I've seen this question in the Technet Forums that basically goes like this: " Hey I have this reg script that deletes a value off the registry for me. The .reg file does [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.ext\someApplication\ShellNew] "FileName...
  • Blog Post: Set a registry key value from the command line using Group Policy PowerShell cmdlets

    The scene: You want to set a registry key of a 3rd party application but you don’t want to write a custom ADMX file just to be able to configure it. Or you have some registry keys you set in logon scripts and you want to use the update interval of Group Policy to make sure that value sticks. Or you want...
  • Blog Post: 2007 Office System Administrative Templates

    News from the Office 2007 team!!!! The 2007 Office System Administrative Template is available. This download includes: The updated Group Policy Administrative Template files (ADM files) The updated Office Customization Tool (OCT) The updated Office customization tool OPA files ADMX and...
  • Blog Post: Comparing ADMX files

    Moving to an XML-based file format makes comparing custom files easy. I'm going to describe how to use XML Notepad 2007 to do just that! I'll use the example1_singlepolicysetting.admx to demonstrate comparing two ADMX files. You can download this file from the Group Policy Sample ADXM files ( http...
  • Blog Post: Are You Waiting for Office 2007 System ADMX Files?

    Office 2007 System Administrative Templates (ADM) files are currently available for download at the following location. http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=78161 And everyone is asking, but where's the ADMX versions? Help, I want to administer Office 2007 from my Windows Vista machine. To be...
  • Blog Post: Tales from the Community: How do I deploy Windows 7 policy settings

    From the Newsgroups: "Hi! In order to use all of windows 7 AD Policies you need to be running Windows Server 2008 R2?Can i get a list of Group Policies that i cannot be leveraging when a windows 7 client is in a windows 2003 domain? Pero " Hey Pero, Good to hear you’re interested...