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Planning a Group Policy Management  Planning a Group Policy Management  and  and  Implementation Strategy Implementation Strategy Lesson 10
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Introducing the Group Policy  Management MMC Snap-In  Configure GPO templates  4.4
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Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Management Console The Group Policy Management MMC snap-in is  a tool for managing Windows Server 2008,  Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000  Active Directory domains.  The Group Policy Management MMC provides a  single access point to all aspects of Group  Policy that were previously spread across other  tools, such as Active Directory Users and  Computers, Active Directory Sites and Services,  Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP), and the Group  Policy Management Editor. GPMC is natively installed with Windows Server  2008.
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Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Management Console Import and copy GPO settings to and from  the file system. Backup and restoration of GPOs is  available in Group Policy Management. Resultant Set of Policy (RSoP)  functionality integration includes Group  Policy Modeling and Group Policy Results. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)  reports allow read-only views of GPO  settings and RSoP information.
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Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Management Console Search for GPOs based on name,  permissions, WMI filter, GUID, or policy  extensions set in the GPOs. Search for individual settings within a GPO  by keyword, and search for only those  settings that have been configured.
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Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Management Console
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Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Management Console
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Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Management Console
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Managing an Individual GPO Managing an Individual GPO The following features are available when  a GPO is selected in the Group Policy  Management interface: Scope Details Settings Delegation
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Scope Scope Allows administrators to view the locations to  which the policy is linked.  In addition, security filtering using permissions  and WMI are available for viewing, editing, or  creating. When a WMI filter is applied to the 
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