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Turn off PNRP cloud creation This policy setting enables or disables PNRP cloud creation. PNRP is a distributed name resolution protocol allowing Internet hosts to publish peer names with a corresponding Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) address. Other hosts can then resolve the name, retrieve the corresponding address, and establish peer-to-peer (P2P) connections. The PNRP cloud is a group of ...

Turn off Real-Time Monitoring Turns off Real-Time Protection prompts for known malware detection. Windows Defender alerts you when spyware or potentially unwanted software attempts to install itself or to run on your computer. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Defender will not prompt users to take actions on malware detections. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, ...

Turn off Tablet PC touch input Turn off Tablet PC touch input Turns off touch input, which allows the user to interact with their computer using their finger. If you enable this setting, the user will not be able to produce input with touch. They will not be able to use touch input or touch gestures such as tap and double tap, the touch pointer, and other touch-specific features. If you disabl ...

Turn off the ability to create a system image This setting lets you disable the creation of system images. If this setting is enabled, users cannot create system images. If this setting is disabled or not configured, users can create system images.

Turn off Windows Defender Turns off Windows Defender Real-Time Protection, and no more scans are scheduled. If you enable this policy setting, Windows Defender does not run, and computers will not be scanned for spyware or other potentially unwanted software. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, by default Windows Defender runs and computers are scanned for spyware and other ...

Turn On Compatibility HTTPS Listener This policy setting enables or disables an HTTPS listener created for backward compatibility purposes in the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service. When certain port 443 listeners are migrated to WinRM 2.0, the listener port number changes to 5986. A listener may be automatically created on port 443 to ensure backw ...

Turn on session logging This policy setting allows you to turn logging on or off. Log files are located in the user's Documents folder under Remote Assistance. If you enable this policy setting, log files will be generated. If you disable this policy setting, log files will not be generated. If you do not configure this setting, application-based settings will be used.

Isolate print drivers from applications Determines if print driver components are isolated from applications instead of normally loading them into applications. Isolating print drivers greatly reduces the risk of a print driver failure causing an application crash. Not all applications support driver isolation. By default, Microsoft Excel 2007, Excel 2010, Word 2007, Word 2010 and certain othe ...

Allow Automatic Sleep with Open Network Files (On Battery) Allow Automatic Sleep with Open Network Files. If you enable this policy setting, the computer will automatically sleep when network files are open. If you disable this policy setting, the computer will not automatically sleep when network files are open.

Allow Delegating Fresh Credentials This policy setting applies to applications using the Cred SSP component (for example: Terminal Server). This policy applies when server authentication was achieved via a trusted X509 certificate or Kerberos. If you enable this policy setting you can specify the servers to which the user's fresh credentials can be delegated (fresh credentials are those that yo ...


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