In addition to the above search, you can also search for a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet which highlights the changes in GPO’s for that platform, for example search for the following phrase: Once you’ve found the corresponding templates for the version of Windows 10 you want to support (for example here are the ADMX templates for Windows 10 1511) then download the MSI (or copy it) to the desktop of your source computer.
Double click on it to start the installation (extraction) accept the EULA and then let it extract the files to the default location which is something like C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Group Policy\Windows 10 Version 1511\ close the wizard when done.
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Second, creating a central store will significantly reduce the amount of storage being used on your domain controllers!
In this article, we are going to create/update our Group Policy Central Store.
This versioning is based on YYMM (year/month) format.
"Example: desktop image would not show up, A, B, C and D drives that were meant to be hidden from users are now showing up." Other users report having printers and drive maps become inaccessible and security group settings no longer applying.
To use the new GPOs you need to do the following: When Microsoft produces a new release of Windows 10, (for example Windows 10 1511) it also produces a downloadable template containing new GPO’s that you can install in Active Directory.
To find those templates I’d suggest you use your favorite search engine to search for the following phrase: Alternatively you can keep your eyes on the following web page where they occasionally announce the release of new templates for Windows.
These are XML-based files and come with an extension.
These files help users/administrators to manage registry-based group policy settings on their Windows PCs and also allows administrators to manage registry-based policy settings.