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    Tidying Up Group Policies Computer Configuration Settings

    I'm in the process of tidying up the group policies on the network. In the Windows 7 computers OU there are the following policies linked:

    Staff
    Student
    Exam
    Visitor

    On each of them the computer configuration section is duplicated which makes it really time consuming to simply change computer settings.

    If I create a new policy called system will it cause any issues removing the computer configuration parts from the 4 existing group policies?

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    You could backup/restore existing settings to your new policy, configure the necessary changes then link it as required.



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