During this morning’s keynote at TechEd 2009 in Los Angeles, technical fellow Mark Russinovich demonstrated the Set-GPRegistryValue cmdlet. He points out the power of scripting; a few lines created a GPO, configured a registry value, and linked it to an OU. A few changes would link that same GPO to any number of OUs, domains, etc.
When it’s up, I’ll post it. Group Policy in the keynote!
[EDITED] Watch it here : http://www.msteched.com/online/view.aspx?tid=6fc7b7da-2d2d-4e57-9acf-cf77890a1738
If that link is troublesome for you, navigate to the ‘keynote’ talk from here: http://www.msteched.com/online/home.aspx
Watch it at the 52 minute mark until 56 minutes for the Group Policy – PowerShell bit, where he demos configuring IE8 specific settings using the Set-GPRegistryValue and New-GPLink. He talks about AppLocker beforehand, which is pretty interesting as well. There’s a lot of great content in this keynote, I’m glad that Group Policy was included.
LiliaG, Group Policy PM