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|Set 6to4 Relay Name
This policy setting allows you to specify a 6to4 relay name for a 6to4 host. A 6to4 relay is used as a default gateway for IPv6 network traffic sent by the 6to4 host. The 6to4 relay name setting has no effect if 6to4 connectivity is not available on the host.
If you enable this policy setting, you can specify a relay name for a 6to4 host.
If you disable or do not configu ...
Force a specific visual style file or force Windows Classic
This setting allows you to force a specific visual style file by entering the path (location) of the visual style file.
This can be a local computer visual style (aero.msstyles), or a file located on a remote server using a UNC path (\\Server\Share\aero.msstyles).
If you enable this setting, the visual style file that you specify w ...
Use urgent mode when pinging domain controllers
This policy setting configures whether the computers to which this setting is applied are more aggressive when trying to locate a domain controller (DC).
When an environment has a large number of DCs running both old and new operating systems, the default DC locator discovery behavior may be insufficient to find DCs running a newer operating syst ...
Prohibit Flyweight Patching
This setting controls the ability to turn off all patch optimizations.
If you turn on this policy setting (set to 1), all Patch Optimization options are turned off during the installation.
If you turn off this policy setting, it enables faster application of patches by removing execution of unnecessary actions. The flyweight patching mode is primarily designed for p ...
Prohibit installing or uninstalling color profiles
This policy setting affects the ability of users to install or uninstall color profiles.
If you enable this policy setting, users will not be able to install new color profiles or uninstall previously installed color profiles.
If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, all users will be able to install new color profiles. Standard ...
Prohibit non-administrators from applying vendor signed updates
This setting controls the ability of non-administrators to install updates that have been digitally signed by the application vendor.
Non-administrator updates provide a mechanism for the author of an application to create digitally signed updates that can be applied by non-privileged users.
If you enable this policy setting, only ...
Prohibit removal of updates
This setting controls the ability for users or administrators to remove Windows Installer based updates.
This setting should be used if you need to maintain a tight control over updates. One example is a lockdown environment where you want to ensure that updates once installed cannot be removed by users or administrators.
If you enable this policy setting, updates c ...
Prohibit Use of Restart Manager
The Restart Manager API can eliminate or reduce the number of system restarts that are required to complete an installation or update. This setting controls Windows Installer's interaction with the Restart Manager.
If you enable this setting, you can use the options in the Prohibit Use of Restart Manager box to control file in use detection behavior.
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Prompt user when a slow network connection is detected
This policy setting provides users with the ability to download their roaming profile, even when a slow network connection with their roaming profile server is detected.
If you enable this policy setting, users will be allowed to define whether they want their roaming profile to be downloaded when a slow link with their roaming profile serve ...
Provide information about previous logons to client computers
This policy setting controls whether the domain controller provides information about previous logons to client computers.
If you enable this policy setting, the domain controller provides the information message about previous logons.
For Windows Logon to leverage this feature, the 'Display information about previous logons during u ...
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