Tag Archives: Group Policy

Extra Ctrl+Alt+Del Prompt for User PKI in Internet Explorer

There is a Group Policy for Internet Explorer users who receive a prompt like this: “I want to complete this action by entering my credentials on the authentic Windows logon screen” followed by “CTRL ALT DEL to enter your details.” … Continue reading

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Group Policy Internet Explorer Home Page

Old school Windows Domain Group Policy administrators are in for a surprise with some basic Internet Explorer setting changes. As of Internet Explorer 10+, the classic Group Policies for “Internet Explorer Maintenance” (IEM) “Important URLs” are no longer applicable. You … Continue reading

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Deploying Software with Active Directory

Software can be “assigned” to active directory computers using group policy objects. Deploying to a user is supported as well, but may lead to frustrated users waiting for an install to finish before login completes. Computer-assigned software installs at boot … Continue reading

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