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This policy setting controls Event Log behavior when the log file reaches its maximum size. If you enable this policy setting and a log file reaches its maximum size, new events are not written to the log and are lost. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting and a log file rea ...

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This policy setting determines whether the LAN Manager (LM) hash value for the new password is stored when the password is changed. The LM hash is relatively weak and prone to attack compared to the cryptographically stronger Microsoft Windows NT hash. Note Older operating systems and some thi ...

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By default, all administrator accounts are displayed when you attempt to elevate a running application.

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MSS: (Hidden) Hide Computer From the Browse List (not recommended except for highly secure environments)

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This policy setting controls the ability of anonymous users to enumerate SAM accounts as well as shares. If you enable this policy setting, anonymous users will not be able to enumerate domain account user names and network share names on the workstations in your environment. The Network access: ...

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Specifies whether a Remote Desktop Session Host server requires secure RPC communication with all clients or allows unsecured communication. You can use this setting to strengthen the security of RPC communication with clients by allowing only authenticated and encrypted requests. If the sta ...

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This policy setting determines the amount of time before previously scheduled Automatic Update installations will proceed after system startup. If you configure this policy setting to Enabled, a previously scheduled installation will begin after a specified number of minutes when you next start the ...

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Disables the lock screen slide show settings in PC Settings and prevents a slide show from playing on the lock screen. By default, users can enable a slide show that will run after they lock the machine. If you enable this setting, users will no longer be able to modify slide show settings i ...

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This policy setting controls the behavior of the elevation prompt for standard users. The options are: - Prompt for credentials: When an operation requires elevation of privilege, the user is prompted to enter an administrative user name and password. If the user enters valid credentials, th ...

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This setting determines the behavior for inbound connections that do not match an inbound firewall rule. The default behavior is to block connections unless there are firewall rules to allow the connection.

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This policy setting allows you to specify the name of the certificate template that determines which certificate is automatically selected to authenticate an RD Session Host server. A certificate is needed to authenticate an RD Session Host server when SSL (TLS 1.0) is used to secure communicati ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Terminal Services always prompts the client computer for a password upon connection. You can use this policy setting to enforce a password prompt for users who log on to Terminal Services, even if they already provided the password in the Remote Desktop Connecti ...

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Directs Windows Installer to use system permissions when it installs any program on the system. This setting extends elevated privileges to all programs. These privileges are usually reserved for programs that have been assigned to the user (offered on the desktop), assigned to the computer (ins ...

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MSS: (ScreenSaverGracePeriod) The time in seconds before the screen saver grace period expires (0 recommended)

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This user right determines which users can attach a debugger to any process or to the kernel. Developers who are debugging their own applications do not need to be assigned this user right. Developers who are debugging new system components will need this user right to be able to do so. This user ri ...

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This policy setting controls the ability of anonymous users to enumerate the accounts in the Security Accounts Manager (SAM). If you enable this policy setting, users with anonymous connections cannot enumerate domain account user names on the workstations in your environment. This policy setting al ...

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This security setting determines whether users can create global objects that are available to all sessions. Users can still create objects that are specific to their own session if they do not have this user right. Users who can create global objects could affect processes that run under other user ...

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This policy setting specifies the maximum size of the log file in kilobytes. If you enable this policy setting, you can configure the maximum log file size to be between 1 megabyte (1024 kilobytes) and 2 terabytes (2147483647 kilobytes) in kilobyte increments. If you disable or do not config ...

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Enables or disables the Store offer to update to the latest version of Windows. If you enable this setting, the Store application will not offer updates to the latest version of Windows. If you disable or do not configure this setting the Store application will offer updates to the latest ve ...

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This policy setting controls Event Log behavior when the log file reaches its maximum size. If you enable this policy setting and a log file reaches its maximum size, new events are not written to the log and are lost. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting and a log file rea ...

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This privilege determines if the user can create a symbolic link from the computer he is logged on to. Default: Administrator WARNING: This privilege should only be given to trusted users. Symbolic links can expose security vulnerabilities in applications that aren't designed to handle th ...

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This user right determines which users and groups can call an internal application programming interface (API) to create and change the size of a page file. This user right is used internally by the operating system and usually does not need to be assigned to any users. For information about how to ...

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This policy setting determines who is allowed to format and eject removable media. You can use this policy setting to prevent unauthorized users from removing data on one computer to access it on another computer on which they have local administrator privileges.

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MSS: (PerformRouterDiscovery) Allow IRDP to detect and configure Default Gateway addresses (could lead to DoS)

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This policy setting controls how the RPC server runtime handles unauthenticated RPC clients connecting to RPC servers. This policy setting impacts all RPC applications. In a domain environment this policy setting should be used with caution as it can impact a wide range of functionality includi ...

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This policy setting determines which registry paths will be accessible after referencing the WinReg key to determine access permissions to the paths. Note: This setting does not exist in Windows XP. There was a setting with that name in Windows XP, but it is called "Network access: Remotely acce ...

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This security setting determines which users are allowed to shut down a computer from a remote location on the network. Misuse of this user right can result in a denial of service. This user right is defined in the Default Domain Controller Group Policy object (GPO) and in the local security policy ...

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This security setting allows a user to be logged on by means of a batch-queue facility and is provided only for compatibility with older versions of Windows. For example, when a user submits a job by means of the task scheduler, the task scheduler logs that user on as a batch user rather than as an ...

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LAN Manager (LM) is a family of early Microsoft client/server software that allows users to link personal computers together on a single network. Network capabilities include transparent file and print sharing, user security features, and network administration tools. In Active Directory domains, th ...

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This policy setting determines whether a user can log on to a Windows domain using cached account information. Logon information for domain accounts can be cached locally to allow users to log on even if a domain controller cannot be contacted. This policy setting determines the number of unique use ...

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This policy setting configures whether or not fixed data drives formatted with the FAT file system can be unlocked and viewed on computers running Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP with Service Pack 3 (SP3), or Windows XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2) operating systems. If this policy s ...

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This policy setting determines whether a domain member should attempt to negotiate encryption for all secure channel traffic that it initiates. If you enable this policy setting, the domain member will request encryption of all secure channel traffic. If you disable this policy setting, the domain m ...

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This policy setting controls Event Log behavior when the log file reaches its maximum size. If you enable this policy setting and a log file reaches its maximum size, new events are not written to the log and are lost. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting and a log file rea ...

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This policy setting determines what additional permissions are assigned for anonymous connections to the computer. If you enable this policy setting, anonymous Windows users are allowed to perform certain activities, such as enumerate the names of domain accounts and network shares. An unauthorized ...

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This setting controls whether local administrators are allowed to create local firewall rules that apply together with firewall rules configured by Group Policy.

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This policy setting determines whether the account name of the last user to log on to the client computers in your organization can display in each computer's respective Windows logon screen. If you enable this policy setting, intruders cannot collect account names visually from the screens of desk ...

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This user right determines which users can traverse directory trees even though the user may not have permissions on the traversed directory. This privilege does not allow the user to list the contents of a directory, only to traverse directories. This user right is defined in the Default Domain Co ...

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This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) client sends and receives unencrypted messages over the network. If you enable this policy setting, the WinRM client sends and receives unencrypted messages over the network. If you disable or do not confi ...

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This policy setting determines the level of data signing that is requested on behalf of clients that issue LDAP BIND requests, as follows: - None. The LDAP BIND request is issued with the caller-specified options. - Negotiate signing. If Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer (TLS/SSL ...

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This security setting determines whether a different account name is associated with the security identifier (SID) for the account Administrator. Renaming the well-known Administrator account makes it slightly more difficult for unauthorized persons to guess this privileged user name and password co ...

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This policy setting controls the behavior of Admin Approval Mode for the built-in Administrator account. The options are: - Enabled: The built-in Administrator account uses Admin Approval Mode. By default, any operation that requires elevation of privilege will prompt the user to approve the ...

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This user right determines which users and groups are allowed to connect to the computer over the network. Remote Desktop Services are not affected by this user right. Note: Remote Desktop Services was called Terminal Services in previous versions of Windows Server. Default on workstations and ser ...

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This policy setting controls whether RPC clients authenticate with the Endpoint Mapper Service when the call they are making contains authentication information. The Endpoint Mapper Service on computers running Windows NT4 (all service packs) cannot process authentication information supplied in t ...

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This policy setting determines whether packet signing is required by the SMB client component. If you enable this policy setting, the Microsoft network client computer cannot communicate with a Microsoft network server unless that server agrees to sign SMB packets. In mixed environments with legacy ...

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This policy setting allows you to deny or audit outgoing NTLM traffic from this Windows 7 or this Windows Server 2008 R2 computer to any Windows remote server. This policy is supported on at least Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. Note: Audit and block events are recorded on this computer ...

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This policy setting configures the Program Compatibility Assistant (PCA) to diagnose failures with application and driver compatibility. If you enable this policy setting, the PCA is configured to detect failures during application installation, failures during application runtime, and drivers ...

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This policy setting controls whether User Interface Accessibility (UIAccess or UIA) programs can automatically disable the secure desktop for elevation prompts used by a standard user. - Enabled: UIA programs, including Windows Remote Assistance, automatically disable the secure desktop for elev ...

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This policy setting determines whether a computer can be shut down when a user is not logged on. If this policy setting is enabled, the shutdown command is available on the Windows logon screen. Microsoft recommends to disable this policy setting to restrict the ability to shut down the computer to ...

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This policy setting allows you to audit attempts to access files and folders on a shared folder. The Detailed File Share setting logs an event every time a file or folder is accessed, whereas the File Share setting only records one event for any connection established between a client and file share ...

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This security setting determines which users or groups have permission to log on as a Remote Desktop Services client. Default: On workstation and servers: Administrators, Remote Desktop Users. On domain controllers: Administrators. Important This setting does not have any effect on Windows 2000 ...

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This security setting determines which service accounts are prevented from registering a process as a service. This policy setting supersedes the Log on as a service policy setting if an account is subject to both policies. Note: This security setting does not apply to the System, Local Service, or ...

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This policy setting determines whether local accounts that are not password protected can be used to log on from locations other than the physical computer console. If you enable this policy setting, local accounts that have blank passwords will not be able to log on to the network from remote clien ...

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This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service sends and receives unencrypted messages over the network. If you enable this policy setting, the WinRM client sends and receives unencrypted messages over the network. If you disable or do not conf ...

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MSS: (EnableICMPRedirect) Allow ICMP redirects to override OSPF generated routes

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Specifies whether to disable the administrator rights to customize security permissions in the Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration tool. You can use this setting to prevent administrators from making changes to the user groups on the Permissions tab in the Remote Desktop Session Host Confi ...

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This policy setting specifies whether the Remote Desktop Connection can use hardware acceleration if supported hardware is available. If you use this setting, the Remote Desktop Client will use only software decoding. For example, if you have a problem that you suspect may be related to hardware acc ...

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This policy setting allows you to configure remote access to computers by using Remote Desktop Services. If you enable this policy setting, users who are members of the Remote Desktop Users group on the target computer can connect remotely to the target computer by using Remote Desktop Services. ...

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This subcategory reports events generated by the Kerberos Authentication Server. These events occur on the computer that is authoritative for the credentials. Events for this subcategory include: - 4768: A Kerberos authentication ticket (TGT) was requested. - 4771: Kerberos pre-authenticatio ...

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This policy setting determines whether a domain member should attempt to negotiate whether all secure channel traffic that it initiates must be digitally signed. Digital signatures protect the traffic from being modified by anyone who captures the data as it traverses the network. Microsoft reco ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows Messenger can collect anonymous information about how the Windows Messenger software and service is used.

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Specifies whether or not the user is prompted for a password when the system resumes from sleep.

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This policy setting allows an organization to prevent its devices from showing feedback questions from Microsoft. If you enable this policy setting, users will no longer see feedback notifications through the Windows Feedback app. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, users ...

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MSS: (TcpMaxDataRetransmissions) How many times unacknowledged data is retransmitted (3 recommended, 5 is default)

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This policy setting determines whether all secure channel traffic that is initiated by the domain member must be signed or encrypted. If a system is set to always encrypt or sign secure channel data, it cannot establish a secure channel with a domain controller that is not capable of signing or encr ...

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This policy setting configures the time in minutes before a detection in the "completed" state moves to the "cleared" state.

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It is feasible for a attacker to disguise a Trojan horse program as a printer driver. The program may appear to users as if they must use it to print, but such a program could unleash malicious code on your computer network. To reduce the possibility of such an event, only administrators should be a ...

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This policy setting specifies the maximum size of the log file in kilobytes. If you enable this policy setting, you can configure the maximum log file size to be between 1 megabyte (1024 kilobytes) and 2 terabytes (2147483647 kilobytes) in kilobyte increments. If you disable or do not config ...

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Select this option to have Windows Firewall with Advanced Security display notifications to the user when a program is blocked from receiving inbound connections. Note When the Apply local firewall rules setting is configured to No, Microsoft recommends also configuring the Display a notificat ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Search Companion should automatically download content updates during local and Internet searches.

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This policy setting controls whether applications that request to run with a User Interface Accessibility (UIAccess) integrity level must reside in a secure location in the file system. Secure locations are limited to the following: - ...\Program Files\, including subfolders - ...\Windows\sy ...

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This policy setting determines how network logons that use local accounts are authenticated. The Classic option allows precise control over access to resources, including the ability to assign different types of access to different users for the same resource. The Guest only option allows you to tre ...

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This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) client will not use Digest authentication. If you enable this policy setting, the WinRM client will not use Digest authentication. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, the WinRM client w ...

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This policy setting determines whether the SMB client will attempt to negotiate SMB packet signing. The implementation of digital signing in Windows-based networks helps to prevent sessions from being hijacked. If you enable this policy setting, the Microsoft network client will use signing only if ...

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MSS: (NoNameReleaseOnDemand) Allow the computer to ignore NetBIOS name release requests except from WINS servers

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This policy setting determines whether a domain member can periodically change its computer account password. If you enable this policy setting, the domain member will be prevented from changing its computer account password. If you disable this policy setting, the domain member can change its compu ...

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This policy setting controls whether application write failures are redirected to defined registry and file system locations. This policy setting mitigates applications that run as administrator and write run-time application data to %ProgramFiles%, %Windir%, %Windir%\system32, or HKLM\Software. ...

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This policy setting allows you to turn on or turn off Solicited (Ask for) Remote Assistance on this computer. If you enable this policy setting, users on this computer can use email or file transfer to ask someone for help. Also, users can use instant messaging programs to allow connections to t ...

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This policy setting determines which behaviors are allowed for applications using the NTLM Security Support Provider (SSP). The SSP Interface (SSPI) is used by applications that need authentication services. The setting does not modify how the authentication sequence works but instead require certai ...

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This policy setting determines which registry paths and sub-paths will be accessible when an application or process references the WinReg key to determine access permissions. Note: In Windows XP this setting is called "Network access: Remotely accessible registry paths," the setting with that sa ...

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Select On (recommended) to have Windows Firewall with Advanced Security use the settings for this profile to filter network traffic. If you select Off, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security will not use any of the firewall rules or connection security rules for this profile.

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MSS: (NoDefaultExempt) Configure IPSec exemptions for various types of network traffic.

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MSS: (AutoAdminLogon) Enable Automatic Logon (not recommended)

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This policy setting configures the time in minutes before a detection in the "non-critically failed" state moves to the "cleared" state.

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This policy setting determines which behaviors are allowed for applications using the NTLM Security Support Provider (SSP). The SSP Interface (SSPI) is used by applications that need authentication services. The setting does not modify how the authentication sequence works but instead require certai ...

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This policy setting determines whether a CD-ROM is accessible to both local and remote users simultaneously. If you enable this policy setting, only the interactively logged-on user is allowed to access removable CD-ROM media. When this policy setting is enabled and no one is logged on interactively ...

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This policy setting determines what happens when the smart card for a logged-on user is removed from the smart card reader.

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This policy setting determines whether users must press CTRL+ALT+DEL before they log on. If you enable this policy setting, users can log on without this key combination. If you disable this policy setting, users must press CTRL+ALT+DEL before they log on to Windows unless they use a smart card for ...

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MSS: (TcpMaxDataRetransmissions IPv6) How many times unacknowledged data is retransmitted (3 recommended, 5 is default)

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This policy setting allows you to configure a time limit for disconnected Remote Desktop Services sessions. You can use this policy setting to specify the maximum amount of time that a disconnected session is kept active on the server. By default, Remote Desktop Services allows users to disconne ...

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This security setting determines who can modify firmware environment values. Firmware environment variables are settings stored in the nonvolatile RAM of non-x86-based computers. The effect of the setting depends on the processor. On x86-based computers, the only firmware environment value that can ...

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This policy setting determines whether the Stored User Names and Passwords feature may save passwords or credentials for later use when it gains domain authentication. If you enable this policy setting, the Stored User Names and Passwords feature of Windows does not store passwords and credentials.

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This security setting determines which accounts can use a process with Write Property access to another process to increase the execution priority assigned to the other process. A user with this privilege can change the scheduling priority of a process through the Task Manager user interface. Defau ...

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Windows notices inactivity of a logon session, and if the amount of inactive time exceeds the inactivity limit, then the screen saver will run, locking the session.

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This security setting determines which users can bypass file, directory, registry, and other persistent objects permissions when restoring backed up files and directories, and determines which users can set any valid security principal as the owner of an object. Specifically, this user right is sim ...

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This policy setting allows administrators to enable the more precise auditing capabilities present in Windows Vista. The Audit Policy settings available in Windows Server 2003 Active Directory do not yet contain settings for managing the new auditing subcategories. To properly apply the auditin ...

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This security setting determines which users can take ownership of any securable object in the system, including Active Directory objects, files and folders, printers, registry keys, processes, and threads. Caution Assigning this user right can be a security risk. Since owners of objects have full ...

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This security setting determines which users who are logged on locally to the computer can shut down the operating system using the Shut Down command. Misuse of this user right can result in a denial of service. Default on Workstations: Administrators, Backup Operators, Users. Default on Servers: ...

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Select On (recommended) to have Windows Firewall with Advanced Security use the settings for this profile to filter network traffic. If you select Off, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security will not use any of the firewall rules or connection security rules for this profile.

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This security setting determines which user accounts can call the CreateProcessAsUser() application programming interface (API) so that one service can start another. An example of a process that uses this user right is Task Scheduler. For information about Task Scheduler, see Task Scheduler overvie ...

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This policy setting specifies whether the computer that is about to host the remote connection will enforce an encryption level for all data sent between it and the client computer for the remote session.

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This security setting determines which users can use performance monitoring tools to monitor the performance of non system processes. Default: Administrators, Power users. Counter Measure: Ensure that only the local Administrators group is assigned the Profile single process user right. Pote ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Work Folders should be set up automatically for all users of the affected computer. If you enable this policy setting, Work Folders will be set up automatically for all users of the affected computer. This prevents users from choosing not to use Work Folders ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps have access to control radios. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps have access to control radios by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Al ...

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This policy setting determines if the server side SMB service is required to perform SMB packet signing. Enable this policy setting in a mixed environment to prevent downstream clients from using the workstation as a network server.

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This privilege determines which user accounts can modify the integrity label of objects, such as files, registry keys, or processes owned by other users. Processes running under a user account can modify the label of an object owned by that user to a lower level without this privilege. Default: Non ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can sync with devices. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can sync with devices by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, Win ...

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This policy setting specifies whether the tasks Publish this file to the Web, Publish this folder to the Web, and Publish the selected items to the Web are available from File and Folder Tasks in Windows folders.

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access the microphone. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access the microphone by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" opt ...

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This policy setting lets you enable H.264/AVC hardware encoding support for Remote Desktop Connections. When you enable hardware encoding, if an error occurs, we will attempt to use software encoding. If you disable or do not configure this policy, we will always use software encoding. If ...

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This security setting determines the period of time (in days) that a password can be used before the system requires the user to change it. You can set passwords to expire after a number of days between 1 and 999, or you can specify that passwords never expire by setting the number of days to 0. If ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access trusted devices. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access trusted devices by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" o ...

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This policy setting prioritizes the H.264/AVC 444 graphics mode for non-RemoteFX vGPU scenarios. When you use this setting on the RDP server, the server will use H.264/AVC 444 as the codec in an RDP 10 connection where both the client and server can use H.264/AVC 444.

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This user right determines which users can dynamically load and unload device drivers or other code in to kernel mode. This user right does not apply to Plug and Play device drivers. It is recommended that you do not assign this privilege to other users. Caution Assigning this user right can be a ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access the calendar. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access the calendar by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, ...

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This privilege determines which user accounts can increase or decrease the size of a process's working set. Default: Users The working set of a process is the set of memory pages currently visible to the process in physical RAM memory. These pages are resident and available for an applic ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access the camera. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access the camera by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, Win ...

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This policy setting specifies that Automatic Updates will wait for computers to be restarted by the users who are logged on to them to complete a scheduled installation. If you enable the No auto-restart for scheduled Automatic Updates installations setting, Automatic Updates does not restart co ...

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This policy setting determines the maximum allowable age for a computer account password. By default, domain members automatically change their domain passwords every 30 days. If you increase this interval significantly or set it to 0 so that the computers no longer change their passwords, an attack ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can read or send messages (text or MMS). If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can read or send messages by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Fo ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access motion data. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access motion data by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, W ...

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This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access location. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access location by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, Windows ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36529
This security setting determines which users are prevented from accessing a computer over the network. This policy setting supersedes the Access this computer from the network policy setting if a user account is subject to both policies. Default: Guest Counter Measure: Assign the Deny access ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35438
This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access contacts. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access contacts by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, Windows ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36527
Assigning this privilege to a user allows programs running on behalf of that user to impersonate a client. Requiring this user right for this kind of impersonation prevents an unauthorized user from convincing a client to connect (for example, by remote procedure call (RPC) or named pipes) to a serv ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35439
This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access email. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access email by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, Windows apps ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36526
This security setting determines if the Guest account is enabled or disabled. Default: Disabled. Note: If the Guest account is disabled and the security option Network Access: Sharing and Security Model for local accounts is set to Guest Only, network logons, such as those performed by the Microso ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35436
This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access account information. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access account information by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35437
This policy setting specifies whether Windows apps can access call history. If you choose the "User is in control" option, employees in your organization can decide whether Windows apps can access call history by using Settings > Privacy on the device. If you choose the "Force Allow" option, ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35434
This policy setting helps prevent Terminal Services clients from saving passwords on a computer. Note If this policy setting was previously configured as Disabled or Not configured, any previously saved passwords will be deleted the first time a Terminal Services client disconnects from any server ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35435
This policy setting determines if the SMB client will allow insecure guest logons to an SMB server. If you enable this policy setting or if you do not configure this policy setting, the SMB client will allow insecure guest logons. If you disable this policy setting, the SMB client will rejec ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35430
This policy setting allows you to specify the amount of continuous idle time that must pass in an SMB session before the session is suspended because of inactivity. Administrators can use this policy setting to control when a computer suspends an inactive SMB session. If client activity resumes, the ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35431
This policy setting allows you to manage whether the 'Install Updates and Shut Down' option is allowed to be the default choice in the Shut Down Windows dialog. Note that this policy setting has no impact if the Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Windows Update\Do not ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35308
This policy setting allows you to deny or allow incoming NTLM traffic. This policy is supported on at least Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2. Note: Block events are recorded on this computer in the "Operational" Log located under the Applications and Services Log/Microsoft/Windows/NTLM.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35307
This policy setting allows you to specify the maximum amount of time that an active Remote Desktop Services session can be idle (without user input) before it is automatically disconnected. If you enable this policy setting, you must select the desired time limit in the Idle session limit drop-d ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35423
This policy setting allows you to manage configuration of remote access to all supported shells to execute scripts and commands.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36512
This security setting determines which accounts can use a process to keep data in physical memory, which prevents the system from paging the data to virtual memory on disk. Exercising this privilege could significantly affect system performance by decreasing the amount of available random access mem ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35301
This policy setting enforces public key infrastructure (PKI) signature checks for any interactive applications that request elevation of privilege. Enterprise administrators can control which applications are allowed to run by adding certificates to the Trusted Publishers certificate store on local ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35420
This policy setting causes the run once list, which is the list of programs that Windows Vista runs automatically when it starts, to be ignored. This policy setting differs from the Do not process the legacy run list setting in that programs on this list will run once the next time the client comput ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36509
This policy setting determines the least number of characters that make up a password for a user account. There are many different theories about how to determine the best password length for an organization, but perhaps 'pass phrase' is a better term than 'password.' In Microsoft Windows 2000 or la ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36508
This security setting determines which users and groups are prohibited from logging on as a Remote Desktop Services client. Default: None. Important This setting does not have any effect on Windows 2000 computers that have not been updated to Service Pack 2. Counter Measure: Assign the Deny ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36507
This user right determines which accounts can be used by processes to create a directory object using the object manager. This user right is used internally by the operating system and is useful to kernel-mode components that extend the object namespace. Because components that are running in kerne ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36506
This security setting determines which accounts can be used by processes to create a token that can then be used to get access to any local resources when the process uses an internal application programming interface (API) to create an access token. This user right is used internally by the operat ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35416
This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Install Updates and Shut Down option is displayed in the Shut Down Windows dialog box. This policy setting works in conjunction with the following Do not adjust default option to 'Install Updates and Shut Down' in Shut Down Windows Dialog box sett ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35417
Microsoft recommends that you use this setting, if appropriate to your environment and your organization's business requirements, to help protect end user computers. This policy setting specifies a text message that displays to users when they log on.

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This security setting determines which users can set the Trusted for Delegation setting on a user or computer object. The user or object that is granted this privilege must have write access to the account control flags on the user or computer object. A server process running on a computer (or unde ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35414
This policy setting prevents users from sharing the local drives on their client computers to Terminal Servers that they access. Mapped drives appear in the session folder tree in Windows Explorer in the following format: \\TSClient\<driveletter>$ If local drives are shared they are left vul ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36504
This policy setting checks all new passwords to ensure that they meet basic requirements for strong passwords. When this policy is enabled, passwords must meet the following minimum requirements: - Not contain the user's account name or parts of the user's full name that exceed two consecuti ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35415
This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) client uses Basic authentication. If you enable this policy setting, the WinRM client will use Basic authentication. If WinRM is configured to use HTTP transport, then the user name and password are sent over ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35371
This policy setting allows you to configure Information Protection Control (IPC). If you enable this setting, IPC will be enabled. If you disable or do not configure this setting, IPC will be disabled.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35250
Select On (recommended) to have Windows Firewall with Advanced Security use the settings for this profile to filter network traffic. If you select Off, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security will not use any of the firewall rules or connection security rules for this profile.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35259
This policy setting creates a default system access control list (SACL) for system objects such as mutexes (mutual exclusive), events, semaphores, and MS-DOS devices, and causes access to these system objects to be audited. If the Audit: Audit the access of global system objects setting is enabl ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35375
This policy setting lets you control whether Microsoft accounts are optional for Windows Store apps that require an account to sign in. This policy only affects Windows Store apps that support it. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Store apps that typically require a Microsoft account to ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35013
This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service accepts Basic authentication from a remote client. If you enable this policy setting, the WinRM service will accept Basic authentication from a remote client. If you disable or do not configure thi ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35010
This policy setting controls whether the elevation request prompt is displayed on the interactive user's desktop or the secure desktop. The options are: - Enabled: (Default) All elevation requests go to the secure desktop regardless of prompt behavior policy settings for administrators and s ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35374
This policy setting determines if the server side SMB service is able to sign SMB packets if it is requested to do so by a client that attempts to establish a connection. If no signing request comes from the client, a connection will be allowed without a signature if the Microsoft network server: Di ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35007
Specifies whether or not the user is prompted for a password when the system resumes from sleep.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35240
This setting controls whether local administrators are allowed to create connection security rules that apply together with connection security rules configured by Group Policy.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35005
This setting controls whether local administrators are allowed to create local firewall rules that apply together with firewall rules configured by Group Policy.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35248
This policy setting configures the time in minutes before a detection in the "critically failed" state to moves to either the "additional action" state or the "cleared" state.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35003
This policy setting allows you to set the encryption types that Kerberos is allowed to use. This policy is supported on at least Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35244
This policy setting specifies the network locations that will be used for the repair of operating system corruption and for enabling optional features that have had their payload files removed. If you enable this policy setting and specify the new location, the files in that location will be use ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35002
This setting controls whether local administrators are allowed to create connection security rules that apply together with connection security rules configured by Group Policy.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35365
Disables the lock screen camera toggle switch in PC Settings and prevents a camera from being invoked on the lock screen. By default, users can enable invocation of an available camera on the lock screen. If you enable this setting, users will no longer be able to enable or disable lock scre ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35121
This policy setting lets you configure Protected Event Logging. If you enable this policy setting, components that support it will use the certificate you supply to encrypt potentially sensitive event log data before writing it to the event log. Data will be encrypted using the Cryptographic Mes ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35242
This policy setting determines whether to disconnect users who are connected to the local computer outside their user account's valid logon hours. It affects the SMB component. If you enable this policy setting, client sessions with the SMB service will be forcibly disconnected when the client's log ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35238
This policy setting allows you to enable RemoteApp programs to use advanced graphics, including support for transparency, live thumbnails, and seamless application moves. This policy setting applies only to RemoteApp programs and does not apply to remote desktop sessions. If you enable or do not ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36560
This user right determines which users can bypass file and directory, registry, and other persistent object permissions for the purposes of backing up the system. Specifically, this user right is similar to granting the following permissions to the user or group in question on all files and folders ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35355
This policy setting controls the behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators. The options are: - Elevate without prompting: Allows privileged accounts to perform an operation that requires elevation without requiring consent or credentials. Note: Use this option only in the most cons ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35232
When enabled, this policy setting restricts anonymous access to only those shares and pipes that are named in the Network access: Named pipes that can be accessed anonymously and Network access: Shares that can be accessed anonymously settings. This policy setting controls null session access to sha ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35112
Administrator account name: name of the local account you want to manage password for. DO NOT configure when you use built-in admin account. Built-in admin account is auto-detected by well-known SID, even when renamed DO configure when you use custom local admin account

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35230
Specifies whether to require the use of a specific security layer to secure communications between clients and RD Session Host servers during Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) connections. If you enable this setting, all communications between clients and RD Session Host servers during remote connec ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35352
This policy setting controls the behavior of application installation detection for the computer. The options are: - Enabled: (Default for home) When an application installation package is detected that requires elevation of privilege, the user is prompted to enter an administrative user nam ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35231
This policy setting allows you to allow or deny remote access to the Plug and Play interface. If you enable this policy setting, remote connections to the Plug and Play interface are allowed. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, remote connections to the Plug an ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35110
This policy enables the automatic learning component of input personalization that includes speech, inking, and typing. Automatic learning enables the collection of speech and handwriting patterns, typing history, contacts, and recent calendar information. It is required for the use of ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36559
Determines which users can log on to the computer. Important Modifying this setting may affect compatibility with clients, services, and applications. For compatibility information about this setting, see Allow log on locally (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=24268 ) at the Microsoft websit ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35227
This policy setting allows you to specify whether to require user authentication for remote connections to the RD Session Host server by using Network Level Authentication. This policy setting enhances security by requiring that user authentication occur earlier in the remote connection process. ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36558
This privilege determines who can change the maximum memory that can be consumed by a process. This user right is defined in the Default Domain Controller Group Policy object (GPO) and in the local security policy of workstations and servers. Note: This privilege is useful for system tuning, but i ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36557
This security setting determines whether a different account name is associated with the security identifier (SID) for the account &amp;quot;Guest.&amp;quot; Renaming the well-known Guest account makes it slightly more difficult for unauthorized persons to guess this user name and password combinati ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36556
This security setting determines which accounts are prevented from being able to log on as a batch job. This policy setting supersedes the Log on as a batch job policy setting if a user account is subject to both policies. Default: None Counter Measure: Assign the Deny log on as a batch job u ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36555
This security setting determines the number of minutes a locked-out account remains locked out before automatically becoming unlocked. The available range is from 0 minutes through 99,999 minutes. If you set the account lockout duration to 0, the account will be locked out until an administrator exp ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35102
This policy setting allows you to specify the maximum amount of time that a Remote Desktop Services session can be active before it is automatically disconnected. If you enable this policy setting, you must select the desired time limit in the Active session limit drop-down list. Remote Desktop ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35224
This setting determines the behavior for inbound connections that do not match an inbound firewall rule. The default behavior is to block connections unless there are firewall rules to allow the connection.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36554
This security setting determines the number of minutes that must elapse after a failed logon attempt before the failed logon attempt counter is reset to 0 bad logon attempts. The available range is 1 minute to 99,999 minutes. If an account lockout threshold is defined, this reset time must be less ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35103
This policy setting determines whether the Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer (TLS/SSL) Security Provider supports only the TLS_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA cipher suite. Although this policy setting increases security, most public Web sites that are secured with TLS or SSL do not support th ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36553
This user right allows a process to impersonate any user without authentication. The process can therefore gain access to the same local resources as that user. Processes that require this privilege should use the LocalSystem account, which already includes this privilege, rather than using a separ ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35100
This policy setting allows you to configure a minimum length for a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) startup PIN. This policy setting is applied when you turn on BitLocker. The startup PIN must have a minimum length of 4 digits and can have a maximum length of 20 digits. If you enable this policy se ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35222
This policy setting controls the behavior of all User Account Control (UAC) policy settings for the computer. If you change this policy setting, you must restart your computer. The options are: - Enabled: (Default) Admin Approval Mode is enabled. This policy must be enabled and related UAC p ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36552
This security setting determines which users and groups can run maintenance tasks on a volume, such as remote defragmentation. Use caution when assigning this user right. Users with this user right can explore disks and extend files in to memory that contains other data. When the extended files are ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36551
This policy setting determines the number of days that you must use a password before you can change it. The range of values for this policy setting is between 1 and 999 days. (You may also set the value to 0 to allow immediate password changes.) The default value for this setting is 0 days. ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36550
This security setting determines which accounts can be used by a process to add entries to the security log. The security log is used to trace unauthorized system access. Misuse of this user right can result in the generation of many auditing events, potentially hiding evidence of an attack or causi ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36549
This security setting determines which users are prevented from logging on at the computer. This policy setting supersedes the Allow log on locally policy setting if an account is subject to both policies. Important If you apply this security policy to the Everyone group, no one will be able to lo ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36548
This security setting determines which users can specify object access auditing options for individual resources, such as files, Active Directory objects, and registry keys. This security setting does not allow a user to enable file and object access auditing in general. For such auditing to be ena ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35216
This policy setting allows you to turn on or turn off Offer (Unsolicited) Remote Assistance on this computer. If you enable this policy setting, users on this computer can get help from their corporate technical support staff using Offer (Unsolicited) Remote Assistance. If you disable this p ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36547
This policy setting determines the number of renewed, unique passwords that have to be associated with a user account before you can reuse an old password. The value for this policy setting must be between 0 and 24 passwords. The default value for Windows Vista is 0 passwords, but the default settin ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34999
This setting determines the behavior for inbound connections that do not match an inbound firewall rule. The default behavior is to block connections unless there are firewall rules to allow the connection.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34997
When enabled, this policy setting causes Local System services that use Negotiate to use the computer identity when NTLM authentication is selected by the negotiation. This policy is supported on at least Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34992
This policy setting specifies the maximum size of the log file in kilobytes. If you enable this policy setting, you can configure the maximum log file size to be between 1 megabyte (1024 kilobytes) and 2 terabytes (2147483647 kilobytes) in kilobyte increments. If you disable or do not config ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34993
By default, users can add their computer to a homegroup on a home network. If you enable this policy setting, a user on this computer will not be able to add this computer to a homegroup. This setting does not affect other network sharing features. If you disable or do not configure this po ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34990
This policy setting determines whether the account name of the last user to log on to the client computers in your organization will be displayed in each computer's respective Windows logon screen. Enable this policy setting to prevent intruders from collecting account names visually from the screen ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34989
This policy setting makes the Recovery Console SET command available, which allows you to set the following recovery console environment variables: - AllowWildCards. Enables wildcard support for some commands (such as the DEL command). - AllowAllPaths. Allows access to all files and folders ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34987
Disable this policy setting to prevent the SMB redirector from sending plaintext passwords during authentication to third-party SMB servers that do not support password encryption. Microsoft recommends that you disable this policy setting unless there is a strong business case to enable it. If this ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34985
This policy setting allows you to deny or allow NTLM authentication within a domain from this domain controller. This policy does not affect interactive logon to this domain controller.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34983
This setting controls whether local administrators are allowed to create local firewall rules that apply together with firewall rules configured by Group Policy.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34982
Select this option to have Windows Firewall with Advanced Security display notifications to the user when a program is blocked from receiving inbound connections. Note When the Apply local firewall rules setting is configured to No, Microsoft recommends also configuring the Display a notificat ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34980
This policy setting allows you to create an exception list of servers in this domain to which clients are allowed to use NTLM pass-through authentication if the "Network Security: Restrict NTLM: Deny NTLM authentication in this domain" is set. The naming format for servers on this exception list ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34978
This policy setting sets the default behavior for Autorun commands. Autorun commands are generally stored in autorun.inf files. They often launch the installation program or other routines. Prior to Windows Vista, when media containing an autorun command is inserted, the ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34979
This policy setting determines how far in advance users are warned that their password will expire. Microsoft recommends that you configure this policy setting to 14 days to sufficiently warn users when their passwords will expire.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34976
This policy setting allows you to create an exception list of remote servers to which clients are allowed to use NTLM authentication if the "Network Security: Restrict NTLM: Outgoing NTLM traffic to remote servers" policy setting is configured. The naming format for servers on this exception li ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34972
When this policy setting is enabled, a secure channel can only be established with domain controllers that are capable of encrypting secure channel data with a strong (128-bit) session key. To enable this policy setting, all domain controllers in the domain must be able to encrypt secure channel ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:34973
The recovery console is a command-line environment that is used to recover from system problems. If you enable this policy setting, the administrator account is automatically logged on to the recovery console when it is invoked during startup.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36502
This policy setting allows accounts to launch network services or to register a process as a service running on the system. This user right should be restricted on any computer in a high security environment, but because many applications may require this privilege, it should be carefully evaluated ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35412
This policy setting configures the time in minutes before a detection in the "additional action" state moves to the "cleared" state.

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:36501
This policy setting determines the number of failed logon attempts before a lock occurs. Authorized users can lock themselves out of an account by mistyping their password or by remembering it incorrectly, or by changing their password on one computer while logged on to another computer. The compute ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35407
Select this option to have Windows Firewall with Advanced Security display notifications to the user when a program is blocked from receiving inbound connections. Note When the Apply local firewall rules setting is configured to No, Microsoft recommends also configuring the Display a notificat ...

oval:org.secpod.oval:def:35408
This policy setting determines whether the system shuts down if it is unable to log Security events. It is a requirement for Trusted Computer System Evaluation Criteria (TCSEC)-C2 and Common Criteria certification to prevent auditable events from occurring if the audit system is unable to log them. ...

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cpe:/o:microsoft:windows_10
CCE    215
CCE-42778-1
CCE-43050-4
CCE-42548-8
CCE-44148-5
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