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|Specify the maximum log file size (KB)
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 configure this policy setting, the maximum size of the log file will ...
Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL
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 Windows logon. A smart card is a tamper-proof device ...
Network security: Minimum session security for NTLM SSP based (including secure RPC) servers
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 certain beha ...
Domain member: Require strong (Windows 2000 or later) session key
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 data with a strong key, which means ...
Increase scheduling priority
This policy setting determines whether users can increase the base priority class of a process. (It is not a privileged operation to increase relative priority within a priority class.) This user right is not required by administrative tools that are supplied with the operating system but might be required by software development tools.
When configuring a user right ...
Microsoft network server: Digitally sign communications (if client agrees)
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: Digitally sign communicati ...
Modify firmware environment values
This policy setting allows users to configure the system-wide environment variables that affect hardware configuration. This information is typically stored in the Last Known Good Configuration. Modification of these values and could lead to a hardware failure that would result in a denial of service condition.
When configuring a user right in the SCM enter a c ...
Enumerate administrator accounts on elevation
By default, all administrator accounts are displayed when you attempt to elevate a running application.
Recovery console: Allow automatic administrative logon
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.
System objects: Strengthen default permissions of internal system objects (e.g. Symbolic Links)
This policy setting determines the strength of the default discretionary access control list (DACL) for objects. The setting helps secure objects that can be located and shared among processes and its default configuration strengthens the DACL, because it allows users who are not administrators to read ...
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