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    Question Best Practice Security w. GPOs

    Hi folks,

    Following on from my previous post, is there such a thing as a resource covering best practice in terms of what items should be locked down in a school via GPO?

    If not, how do people know what to lock down, short of ploughing through the many many options?

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    Personally I just plough... but when I move on I'll be taking a good number of our GPOs with me!



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