Friday, July 18, 2014

Registry Extension

Group Policy includes the Registry preference extension. For computers or users, this extension allows you to:
  • Copy multiple registry settings from a computer and apply those settings to other computers.
  • Create, replace, or delete an individual registry value.
  • Create an empty key, delete a key, or delete all values and subkeys in a key.
  • Create collections (folders) to organize Registry preference items in the Group Policy Management Console, and so you can apply the same targeting to multiple Registry items.
  • Create collections in the Group Policy Management Console that mirror the structure of keys in the registry on a selected computer.

Getting started

You can create and configure Registry preference items for any domain-based Group Policy object (GPO). You configure the settings by editing a GPO using the Group Policy Management Console. When editing a GPO, you can find this preference extension at the following location:
Computer Configuration or User Configuration
   └ Preferences
      └ Windows Settings
         └ Registry
For information about how to use this extension to create and configure a preference item, see the following topics:

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