Windows Settings (User Configuration - Preferences)

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In the Windows Settings, administrators can define Windows objects like files or registry settings, which will be created, modified or delete when the Group Policy is applied.

Applications

The Applications sets default settings for third party applications.

Learn more about applications.

Drive Maps

The Drive Maps section allows to create, update or delete network drives for the user.

Learn more about Drive Maps.

Environment

The Environment section allows to create, update or delete environment variables for users.

Learn more about environment variables.

Files

The Files section allows to create, update or delete files for users.

Learn more about files.

Folders

The Folders section allows to create, update or delete folders for users.

Learn more about folders.

Ini Files

The Ini Files section allows to create, update or delete sections in an Ini file for users. This section handles the content of an Ini file. If you want to change the entire file, use the files section.

Learn more about ini file settings.

Registry

The Registry section allows to create, update or delete registry keys and values for users.

Learn more about registry settings.

Shortcuts

The Shortcuts section sets or removes shortcuts anywhere in the file system.

Learn more about shortcut settings.