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AGPM Server Connection Settings

jamiejdt|Last Updated: 6/16/2016
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You can use Administrative template settings for Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM) to centrally configure AGPM Server connections for Group Policy administrators to whom a Group Policy object (GPO) with these settings is applied.

The following settings are available under User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\AGPM when editing a GPO. If this path is not visible, right-click Administrative Templates, and add the agpm.admx or agpm.adm template.

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AGPM Server (all domains)

If enabled, this setting centrally configures one AGPM Server connection for use by all domains and disables the settings on the AGPM Server tab for Group Policy administrators. For multiple AGPM Servers, configure this setting with a default server and then configure the AGPM Server setting in the Administrative template to override this server for other domains.

If disabled or not configured, each Group Policy administrator must select the AGPM Server to display for each domain on the AGPM Server tab in AGPM.

AGPM Server

If enabled, this setting centrally configures multiple domain-specific AGPM Servers, overriding the AGPM Server (all domains) setting in the Administrative template. If your environment requires only a single AGPM Server, use only the AGPM Server (all domains) setting in the Administrative template.

If disabled or not configured, the AGPM Server (all domains) setting in the Administrative template configures the AGPM Server connection.

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