Group Policy for Office 2013
Applies to: Office 365 ProPlus, Office 2013
Topic Last Modified: 2013-12-18
Summary: Find articles that will help you use Group Policy to configure and enforce settings for Office 2013 applications.
Audience: IT Professionals
Group Policy is an infrastructure that is used to deliver and apply one or more desired configurations or policy settings to a set of targeted users and computers in an Active Directory directory service environment. When you have Office 2013 installed, you can use Group Policy to:
Control entry points to the Internet from Office 2013 applications.
Manage security in the Office 2013 applications.
Hide settings and options that are unnecessary for users to perform their jobs and that might distract them or result in unnecessary support calls.
Create a highly managed standard configuration on users’ computers.
The following table lists and describes articles that will be useful for IT administrators who plan to use Group Policy to configure and enforce settings for Office 2013 applications.
Articles about how to use Group Policy with Office 2013
Provides information about how to use Group Policy to apply and enforce settings for Office 2013.
Provides information about how to plan for using Group Policy to manage Office 2013.
Provides information about how to use Group Policy to disable user interface items and shortcut keys in Office 2013.