Active Directory

Active Directory: Restore default GPOs Default Domain Policy / Default Domain Controller Policy

In this tutorial, we will see how to restore GPO Default Domain Policy / Default Domain Controller Policy to default. On domain controllers, a DCGPOFIX command line tool is available to restore the 2 default policies. Before proceeding with the restoration of the policies, I advise you to make a backup of this one before. …

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AppLocker : configuration in an Active Directory environment

Presentation In this tutorial, we will see how to configure AppLocker in an Active Directory environment using group policies. AppLocker is a Windows feature that is similar to a firewall at the application level. AppLocker allows you to control the applications running on computers. AppLocker is able to act on: Executables (.exe). Windows Installer (msi, …

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Bitlocker : store recovery password in Active Directory

Presentation In this tutorial, we will see how to store the Bitlocker recovery password in the Active Directrory. The recovery password is requested when the user forgets his pin code or when he wishes to access the hard disk on another computer when the TPM module has been used. Viewing passwords is done using the …

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GPO : configure automatic session locking

Presentation In this tutorial, we will see how to activate automatic session locking after a period of inactivity. This group policy increases the level of security, because many users do not lock their session when they leave their workstation. The parameters that we will configure apply to Users. Activate automatic session lock From a domain …

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Overview of the strategy

GPO: Central store

Presentation of the central store The central store makes it possible to share and synchronize all of the Group Policy Definition (ADMX) files on all of the domain controllers by relying on the SYSVOL folder. By default the ADMX files are in the C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions folder which is specific to each domain controller. It is also …

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Vérification via l'éditeur de l'utilisation du magasin central
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