1176655671195Take a screen shot of the Group Policy Management console, showing the GPO you created, by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into the Lab10_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V. Will the Group Policy settings you configure in your new GPO have an immediate effect on your network? Why? If you would like for it to have an effect immediately, then you will have to logout and log in again. So the answer would be no. All effects require a restart to take effect. Why would you want to enable the Use policy accelerators policy in this case, rather than the Turn off accelerators policy? You would do it because users can only access accelerators that are opened through GP. Why, in this case, is it necessary to enable both the Prevent Deleting Web sites that the User has Visited policy and the Turn off InPrivate Browsing policy? It is all about tracking what users’ access, one would overwrite the other. So, if you want to keep track of the history, you will need to disable both. Why isn’t it necessary to enable the Turn off InPrivate Filtering as well? Because we disabled it in private browsing so it’s not an option. Take a screen shot of the Group Policy Management console displaying all of the policy settings you configured in this exercise by pressing Alt+Prt Scr, and then paste the resulting image into the Lab10_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
Based on the default rules that appear in the Executable Rules folder, what programs can a typical user run on a Windows 7 workstation? What programs can members of the Administrators group run? Admins have access to all files, and other users have access to program files/windows only. Based on the default rules that appear in the Windows Installer Rules folder, what Windows Installer files can a typical user run on a Windows 7 workstation? What Windows Installer files can members of the Administrators...
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