Windows Settings (Computer Configuration - Policies)

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In the Windows Settings, administrators can define security related setting, quality of service or scripts to run.

Name Resolution Policy

The Name Resolution Policy defines basic settings for DNS and DNSSEC services.

Learn more about name resolution policies.

Scripts (Startup/Shutdown)

With Scripts (Startup/Shutdown) an administrator can define scripts (Batch file or Powershell) running when the computer starts or shuts down.

Learn more about name startup/shutdown scripts.

Security Settings

Security Settings define security related policy like password policies, firewall rules or file system permissions.

Learn more about security settings.

Policy-based QoS

Policy-based QoS are setting helping you to establish a quality of service by restricting bandwidth for application or ports.

Learn more about policy-based QoS.