Posts Tagged ‘group policy’

Use WMI Filter To Apply Group Policy To IP Subnet

Using a WMI filter, you can apply a group policy based on the client’s TCP/IP subnet. 1. In Group Policy Management, right-click the WMI Filters folder and click New. 2. Name your new WMI policy, give it a description if you wish. 3. Click the Add button, leave the Namespace at the default setting “root\CIMv2”…
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How To Create And Manage Password Settings Objects (PSO)

With¬†Windows Server 2008, Microsoft introduced Fine-Grained Password policies which utilizes a new Active Directory object called Password Settings Object (PSO). These objects allow you to more easily create and assign password policies to subsets of users, albeit with a bit of an unpolished implementation method compared to the old method via group policy (GPO). If…
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