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Prevent Back-ESC mapping Removes the Back->ESC mapping that normally occurs when menus are visible, and for applications that subscribe to this behavior. If you enable this policy, a button assigned to Back will not map to ESC. If you disable this policy, Back->ESC mapping will occur. If you do not configure this policy, Back->ESC mapping will occur.

Prevent embedded UI This policy setting controls the ability to prevent embedded UI. If you enable this policy setting, no packages on the system can run embedded UI. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, embedded UI is allowed to run.

Turn off Inventory Collector This policy setting controls the state of the Inventory Collector. The Inventory Collector inventories applications, files, devices, and drivers on the system and sends the information to Microsoft. This information is used to help diagnose compatibility problems. If you enable this policy setting, the Inventory Collector will be turned off and data will ...

Disallow Negotiate authentication This policy setting allows you to manage whether the Windows Remote Management (WinRM) service will not accept Negotiate authentication from a remote client. If you enable this policy setting, the WinRM service will not accept Negotiate authentication from a remote client. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, the WinRM service will accept Neg ...

Do not allow client printer redirection This policy setting allows you to specify whether to prevent the mapping of client printers in Remote Desktop Services sessions. You can use this policy setting to prevent users from redirecting print jobs from the remote computer to a printer attached to their local (client) computer. By default, Remote Desktop Services allows this client printer mapping. ...

Set maximum Kerberos SSPI context token buffer size This policy setting allows you to set the value returned to applications which request the maximum size of the SSPI context token buffer size. The size of the context token buffer determines the maximum size of SSPI context tokens an application expects and allocates. Depending upon authentication request processing and group memberships, the ...

Configure Scenario Execution Level If you enable this policy setting, the Diagnostic Policy Service (DPS) will detect, troubleshoot and attempt to resolve automatically any heap corruption problems. If you disable this policy setting, Windows will not be able to detect, troubleshoot and attempt to resolve automatically any heap corruption problems that are handled by the DPS. If you do not conf ...

Do not allow password authentication of Enhanced Storage devices This policy setting configures whether or not a password can be used to unlock an Enhanced Storage device. If you enable this policy setting, a password cannot be used to unlock an Enhanced Storage device. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, a password can be used to unlock an Enhanced Storage device.

Log directory pruning retry events Specifies whether or not to log events when the pruning service on a domain controller attempts to contact a computer before pruning the computer's printers. The pruning service periodically contacts computers that have published printers to verify that the printers are still available for use. If a computer does not respond to the contact attempt, the attempt ...

Set Netlogon share compatibility This policy setting controls whether or not the Netlogon share created by the Net Logon service on a domain controller (DC) should support compatibility in file sharing semantics with earlier applications. If you enable this policy setting, the Netlogon share will honor file sharing semantics that grant requests for exclusive read access to files on the share e ...


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