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Now that you have a GPO linked to the server that is managing Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 users, you need to create a computer policy on that GPO. By default, only the Administrators group is added to this GPO. To add the users group to this GPO, right-click the Group Policy Object GPOsettings, and select Properties. On the User Configuration tab, select the Settings box to the right of Users, and then click Add to display the members of the users group. Select the members of the users group and click OK.
This command does exactly what it says. To use it, set the argument to one of the following values. If youre using a Windows 7 retail or Windows Server 2008 R2 retail installation, set the argument to 1. If youre using a workstation for business purposes, set the argument to 5. To use the argument without setting it, specify 0.
Starting with Windows 7 SP1, BitLocker can be activated using Local Activation, which includes the PC clients wallet, identity store, and vault. The following applies to Windows 7 SP1 and later.
You can see how it affects your system after rearming by typing
slmgr /dlv in the command prompt. Normally, the number of reboot attempts is seven, but you can reset it to 5 by typing
slmgr /rearm:5 and this will extend the trial. This command will also display any error messages which may indicate why your system isnt rebooting. Windows 7 reboots normally after 5 attempts at the successful reboot and Windows 10 reboots after seven attempts.After the initial reboot, you can immediately install drivers and software, and you can turn off Bitlocker by updating your Bitlocker settings.
On the Windows login screen, go to the power button and click Restart. If youre using Windows 7, youre prompted to restart instead of shutting down. After your computer restarts, press the Shift key and click Restart. If youre using Windows 8 or Windows Server 2008, youre prompted to restart instead of shutting down. Click Restart.
We strongly recommend you use Group Policy to manage the settings on computers that youre managing. In this case, you want the Group Policy settings applied to the users group, and not the administrators group. In Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003, the default is to be applied to the administrators group, not the users group.
Before you create a server policy for this Group Policy Object, you must determine the name of the Group Policy Object. In this example, we will name the Group Policy Object GPOsettings. Then we create a server policy to apply settings to computers running a specific version of Windows. For this policy to affect computers that run Windows Vista or Windows Server 2003, the Group Policy Object (in this case, GPOsettings) must be linked to the appropriate Windows server policy. If this doesn’t happen, computers that are affected by Group Policy settings that are not in use on your network won’t be configured properly.
This GPO is linked to a Windows Server 2008 R2 server, and the policy settings are enabled. We need to make sure that these settings are applied to Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003 users. To do this, we create a network policy that will be applied to every computer in the domain, and the policy settings are enabled. However, this policy will not be applied to Windows Vista or Windows Server 2003 computers.