Group Policy Reference: Related Resources
Group Policy Reference
You can find additional information about specific Group Policies and Group Policy in general from a variety of sources. The following are just a few of the sources available from Microsoft.
Group Policy Explain Tab
Each policy in the Administrative Templates folders in Group Policy features an Explain tab that fully describes that policy. To see the description of any policy, open a policy in Group Policy, double-click the policy name, and then click the Explain tab.
Windows 2000 Server Help
The Group Policy topic in Windows 2000 Server Help describes all aspects of the Group Policy component. It includes instructions for creating and administering Group Policy objects, information about policy inheritance and precedence, and information about migration issues. To find this topic, in Windows 2000 Server Help, click Users and Computers, and click Group Policy.
Windows 2000 Server Resource Kit
contains information about Group Policy.
(Regentry.chm) describes the registry entries that store Group Policy settings and the registry entries that are overridden when you configure a Group Policy. In particular, see the subkeys managed by Group Policy:
Introduction to Windows 2000 Group Policy presents an overview of Windows 2000 Group Policy.
The Group Policy paper is the primary technical whitepaper describing Group Policy.
The Group Policy Walkthrough is a technical review of the features of Group Policy. This paper contains information for technology managers and system administrators and others who are interested in using Group Policy to manage desktop environments.
If you have an Internet connection and a Web browser, you can click the following links to visit these sites.
Windows Web Sites
Other Microsoft World Wide Web Sites of Interest
Updates to Tools on the Internet
From the Microsoft FTP site, you can download updates to some Resource Kit tools and documentation, as well as the POSIX, Perl, and Regina REXX public domain source files.
Windows 2000 Resource Kit FTP Site
Microsoft Home Page
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