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Assuming you're talking about the Default Domain Policy or the Default Domain Controllers Policy You can either compare them to a non-modified GPO in another domain or you can run DCGPOFIX. http://www.grouppolicy.biz/2011/12/how-to-reset-the-default-domain-group-policy-objects-dcgpofix EDIT I don't understand what you're saying with your comment. Look at ...


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Nope, no downside other than non windows systems may have network latency while trying to negotiate. You will see slightly higher cpu utilization. It's been a suggestion for ages to use IPsec in require mode, but hardly anyone does it usually because they have non windows systems that make enabling IPsec the equivalent of drinking a cup of hot tea, while ...



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