It wouldn’t be entirely incorrect to suggest that group policy is one of the most prominent feature because of which all these Big corporations invest millions in deploying and maintaining Active Directory infrastructure. And why not, The level of control it provides over the domain clients, its highly inconvenient or rather impossible to do that Manually.
I have been working with Active directory for over 9 years and during this time, I have had a lot of exposure with group policies or rather troubleshooting Group Policies, so I decided to sum as much as possible in this article. This is going to be a multipart series where I am going to start from basics technical of group policies, then explain how exactly the group policy works and finally troubleshooting Group policies.
Part 1 : Basics of Group Policy
Lets get started with this very basic question here,
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