Identify Network Settings Applied via GPOs

If you use Twitter to follow various technical topics, you can frequently find that people may use it as a tech support forum. This has to drive tech companies mad as no formal support process starts with a Tweet, yet the Twitter user community can pipe up with feedback to the situation. This is why many people use Twitter for this very purpose. Recently, I found that a colleague of mine on Twitter was having network settings applied via Group Policy. I and fellow blogger Andrew Storrs quickly determined that we were dealing with a Group Policy overwriting the explicit local configuration.

Continue reading the entire post in the Network Administrator blog on TechRepublic.

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