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Windows Deployment Services assists in rebuilding or deploying workstations quickly and efficiently in an enterprise environment.
True
Local GPOs support folder redirection and Group Policy software installation.
False
The Default Domain Policy is linked to the Domain Controllers OU, and its settings affect all domain controllers in the domain.
False
Administrative Templates are files with the .admx extension.
True
Configuring the Loopback Processing setting on a container object, such as a site, domain, or OU, will block all policies from parent containers from flowing to this container.
False
What is a method of controlling settings across your network?
Group Policy
What process applies Group Policy settings to various containers within Active Directory?
linking
What policies can be used to ensure that users always have the latest versions of applications?
software installation
What policies work with folder redirection to provide the ability to cache files locally?
offline file storage
What advanced technique allows you to apply GPO settings to only one or more users or groups within a container by selectively granting the “Apply Group Policy” permission to one or more users or security groups?
security group filtering
What can be measured by tangible benefits, such as implementation costs and ongoing support?
return on investment
Administrators find that Group Policy implementation helps them to achieve __________.
centralized management
Which of the following is an administrative benefit of using Group Policy?
All of the above

administrators have control over centralized configuration of user settings, application installation, and desktop configuration; problems due to missing application files and other minor application errors often can be alleviated by the automation of application repairs; centralized backup of user files eliminates the need and cost of trying to recover files from a damaged drive; and the need to manually make security changes is reduced by the rapid deployment of new settings through Group Policy.
What contains all of the Group Policy settings that you wish to implement to user and computer objects within a site, domain, or OU?
Group Policy Objects
Which of the following is not a type of GPO?
advanced GPO
Local GPO settings are stored in what folder on a computer?
%systemroot%/System32/GroupPolicy
What directory object includes subcontainers that hold GPO policy information?
Group Policy container
What is the path to the default GPT structure for a domain?
%systemroot%\sysvol\sysvol\domain.com\Policies
The __________ Policy is linked to the domain, and its settings affect all users and computers in the domain.
Default Domain
What Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in is used to create and modify Group Policies and their settings?
Group Policy Management Console
Group policy is divided into two subcategories, or nodes, that are named Computer Configuration and __________.
User Configuration
What folder located under the Computer Configuration node in the Group Policy Management Editor contains security settings and scripts that apply to all users who log on to Active Directory from that specific computer?
Windows Settings
What means that each policy must be read and applied completely before the next policy can be invoked?
synchronous processing
Configuring what setting on an individual GPO link forces a particular GPO’s settings to flow down through the Active Directory without being blocked by any child OUs?
Enforce
What allows the Group Policy processing order to circle back and reapply the computer policies after all user policies and logon scripts run?
Loopback Processing
You can configure one or more GPOs within a domain and then use a process called __________ that applies these settings to various containers within Active Directory.
linking
An advanced technique, called security group __________, allows you to apply GPO settings to only one or more users or groups within a container by selectively granting the “Apply Group Policy” permission to one or more users or security groups.
filtering
Group Policy __________ contain all of the Group Policy settings that you wish to implement to user and computer objects within a site, domain, or OU.
Objects
There are three types of GPOs: local GPOs, domain GPOs, and __________ GPOs.
starter
The Group Policy __________ folder structure is located in the shared SYSVOL folder on a domain controller.
templates
The Group Policy __________ Console is the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that is used to create and modify Group Policies and their settings.
Management
Group Policy __________ provide a way to organize settings according to where they are applied.
nodes
__________ Templates are files with the .admx extension.
Administrative
Configuring the Block Policy __________ setting on a container object, such as a site, domain, or OU, will block all policies from parent containers from flowing to this container.
Inheritance
The __________ Settings folder located under the Computer Configuration node in the Group Policy Management Editor contains security settings and scripts that apply to all users who log on to Active Directory from that specific computer.
Windows
What allows you to apply GPO settings to only one or more users or groups within a container by selectively granting the “Apply Group Policy” permission to one or more users or security groups?
security group filtering
What directory object includes subcontainers that hold GPO policy information?
Group Policy container
What policy is linked to the domain, and its settings affect all users and computers in the domain?
Default Domain Policy
What folder located under the Computer Configuration node contains settings that apply to all users who log on from that specific computer?
Software Settings
What allows multiple scripts to be processed at the same time without waiting for the outcome of a previously launched script to occur?
asynchronous processing
What is a Group Policy option that provides an alternative method of obtaining the ordered list of GPOs to be processed for the user?
Loopback Processing
What types of policies are processed last?
OU policies
Where are Group Policy templates stored?
SYSVOL directory
What is Group Policy?
Group Policy is a method of controlling settings across your network. Group Policy consists of user and computer settings on the Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 family, Microsoft Windows 2000 family, Windows Vista, and Microsoft Windows XP Professional platforms that can be implemented during computer startup and shutdown and user logon and logoff.
What are the three types of GPOs?
local GPOs, domain GPOs, and starter GPOs.
How can the Group Policy Management Console be accessed in Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008?
The GPMC was not pre-installed in Windows Server 2003; it needed to be downloaded manually from the Microsoft Web site. However, it is now included in Windows Server 2008 by default.
In what order are group policy settings processed?
local policies, site policies, domain policies, OU policies (first to last)
What is the difference between the Merge and Replace options when enabling Loopback Processing for Group Policy?
When the Merge option is selected after all user policies run, the computer policy settings are reapplied, which allows all current GPO settings to merge with the reapplied computer policy settings. The Replace option overwrites the GPO list for a user object with the GPO list for the user’s logon computer. This means that the computer policy settings remove any conflicting user policy settings.
What default policies are created when Active Directory is installed?
Default Domain Policy and Default Domain Controller Policy
What are the three subnodes found within each GPO node?
Software Settings, Windows Settings, Administrative Templates
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