We often have groups of customers come to Redmond to visit and provide their feedback about the direction in which we are taking our products. Recently, a group of folks joined us for a few days to talk specifically about the desktop and its direction as it relates to their corporate environments. The goal was to learn how they (and most likely you) are using Group Policy and how they would like to see it improved.
We asked a couple of key questions in the meeting that I would like to repeat here. Please take a couple of minutes to respond to this blog post.
What settings are not available today in Group Policy that you would like to manage with Group Policy?
Do you ever need to manage the Local Group Policy object? If so, why and what are those scenarios?
We will appreciate any and all feedback.
Technical Editor (Group Policy, Windows Server Update Services, and Server Manager)