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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 blocked due to compatibility issues. When failures are detected, the PCA will provide options to run ...
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 setting is enabled or not configured, fixed data drives formatted with the FAT file system can be unl ...
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 requires users to log on to a computer with a smart card.
Note: This setting applies to Windows 2000 computers, but it is not available through the Security Configuration Manager tools on these computers.
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 client computers, set this option to Disabled because these computers will not be able to authentica ...
This policy setting disallows AutoPlay for MTP devices like cameras or phones.
If you enable this policy setting, AutoPlay is not allowed for MTP devices like cameras or phones.
If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, AutoPlay is enabled for non-volume devices.
This policy setting determines whether case insensitivity is enforced for all subsystems. The Microsoft Win32 subsystem is case insensitive. However, the kernel supports case sensitivity for other subsystems, such as the Portable Operating System Interface for UNIX (POSIX). Because Windows is case insensitive (but the POSIX subsystem will support case sensitivity), failure to enforce this policy s ...
This policy setting prevents computers from establishing multiple simultaneous connections to either the Internet or to a Windows domain.
If this policy setting is enabled, when the computer has at least one active connection to the Internet, a new automatic connection attempt to the Internet is blocked. When the computer has at least one active connection to a Windows domain, a new ...
MSS: (DisableIPSourceRouting IPv6) IP source routing protection level (protects against packet spoofing)
This policy setting allows you to configure whether BitLocker requires additional authentication each time the computer starts and whether you are using BitLocker with or without a Trusted Platform Module (TPM). This policy setting is applied when you turn on BitLocker.
Note: Only one of the additional authentication options can be required at startup, otherwise a policy error occurs.
If y ...
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 user could anonymously list account names and shared resources and use the information to guess pass ...
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