Related Links (Group Policy Infrastructure)
Updated: April 7, 2003
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
Microsoft.com Group Policy Home Page at http://www.microsoft.com/grouppolicy. Provides an entry point for Group Policy documentation on the Web. Includes links to documentation, knowledge base articles, support information, and newsgroups.
Windows Server 2003 Deployment Kit, Designing a Managed Environment. at http://www.microsoft.com/grouppolicy. Available from the Microsoft Group Policy home page, this book describes the technologies in Windows Server 2003 associated with deployment of a managed environment. Has significant coverage of Group Policy and related IntelliMirror technologies. Includes planning, designing, and implementation guidance.
Troubleshooting Windows Server 2003 Group Policy. at http://www.microsoft.com/grouppolicy. Available from the Microsoft Group Policy home page, this white paper provides a structured guide to troubleshooting Group Policy operations. Covers Group Policy processing itself, dependent technologies and relevant troubleshooting tools.
Group Policy Administration using the Group Policy Management Console. at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=14320. This white paper provides technical details of functionality in GPMC.
Migrating GPOs Across Domains with GPMC. at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=14321. This white paper explains how to migrate GPOs from one domain to another using GPMC.
Group Policy Management Console Software Development Kit (SDK). Provides information about how to use the COM interfaces of Group Policy Management, which support scripting many of the operations supported by Group Policy Management Console. This is available when you install GPMC. See "gpmc.chm" in the %programfiles%\gpmc\scripts directory. The SDK is only available in English.
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Newsgroups About Group Policy
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