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I found out I can copy a file using the GPO editor, but if the user isn't connected to my network (in local or with VPN), would the GPO still applied and the wallpaper displayed? And what if the user computer reboots without access to the DC? Essentially yes, if the computer has the below GPO applied and is then unplugged or takes computer/laptop home the ...


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I don't think that you can reliably tell whether it was done manually. The subject can be a user account and still be a scripted, automated action. It can also be a service account used for automation, but still be manually triggered with custom parameters. Best you can do is an educated guess. Users are not automatically added to any administrators groups. ...


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You're looking at the local group policy settings. You are not looking at the resultant set of policies applied from both AD and from the local security policy. Run rsop.msc (resultant set of policies) on the computer and look under Computer Configuration>Administrative Templates>Extra Registry Settings for your QOS settings.


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For Office, I think the Office administrator templates could be helpful. First, please ensure the "specific language" of Office would be installed on users' PC. Then to set Display language, Configuration\Policies\Administrative Templates\Microsoft Office 2016\Language Preferences\Display Language For Editing Languages, go to User Configuration\...


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Security groups are a group of objects in Active Directory, be it computer objects or users or other security groups. They don't do anything but aggregate objects into a single object, as you would expect anything named "Group" to do. You can then use a Security Group to set file permissions for example, which saves you having to define every ...


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