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This policy setting controls whether the elevation request prompt is displayed on the interactive user's desktop or the secure desktop.

'Deny write access to removable drives not protected by BitLocker' for RDVDenyWriteAccess

This setting determines the behavior for inbound connections that do not match an inbound firewall rule. The default behavior is to block connections unless there are firewall rules to allow the connection.

This policy setting determines whether the SMB client will attempt to negotiate SMB packet signing.

Enable: 'Prevent the computer from joining a HomeGroup'

The policy setting allows programs that run on behalf of a user to impersonate that user (or another specified account) so that they can act on behalf of the user. If this user right is required for this kind of impersonation, an unauthorized user will not be able to convince a client to connect for example, by remote procedure call (RPC) or named pipes to a service that they have created to imper ...

This privilege determines which user accounts can increase or decrease the size of a process's working set. Default: Users The working set of a process is the set of memory pages currently visible to the process in physical RAM memory. These pages are resident and available for an application to use without triggering a page fault. The minimum and maximum working set sizes affect the virtu ...

This policy setting determines which users can use tools to monitor the performance of non-system processes. Typically, you do not need to configure this user right to use the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) Performance snap-in. However, you do need this user right if System Monitor is configured to collect data using Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI). Restricting the Profile single proc ...

Enable: 'Network access: Do not allow storage of credentials or .NET Passports for network authentication'

This policy setting determines which users or groups have the right to log on as a Terminal Services client. Remote desktop users require this user right. If your organization uses Remote Assistance as part of its help desk strategy, create a group and assign it this user right through Group Policy. If the help desk in your organization does not use Remote Assistance, assign this user right only t ...

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