I have been searching the Internet for the past week for the answer to my question, but couldn't find any conclusive answer, so I ask here.
Based on your experience and/or knowledge, what policies could/should be enforced through Group Policy to ensure that all computers in the domain are manageable remotely using the triumvirate of psexec, remote WMI, and remote registry?
Background of my question: when I audited the computers in the domain, I would encounter computers that are not psexec-able, or remote WMI queryable, or remote regedit-able, or a combination of the three. This forced me to every time devise workarounds, a job that took away too much valuable time. So, rather than wasting time again and again, I'd rather enforce uniformity via a domain-wide GPO.
PS: The targets of operation are Windows XP SP3 and Windows 7 Professional/Enterprise.