design a Group policy for a small business, with 10 GPOs,configure them starting with a domain controller and why did youpick those 10 GPOs, please also supply a Grid on how this wouldlook.

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Design a Group Policy for a Small Business Network that needs tofocus strict network security. Be sure to include at least 10 GPOsand explain how and why you configured them. Also, show a grid.

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When you planning your Group Policy design, make sure that youdesign the OU structure to ease Group Policy manageability. Duringthe design phase it is good to classify users and computers basedon their roles and locations. Also, plan desktop configurationsbased on the user and computers requirements.

Group policy is used to manage configuration of groups ofcomputer and users, including options for registry-based policysettings, security settings, software deployment, scripts, folderredirection, and preferences. The Group Policy settings you createare contained in a GPO. To create and edit a GPO, use the GroupPolicy Management Console (GPMC). The GPMC is used so you canmanage all aspects of the Group Policy from this station. By usingthe GPMC to link a GPO to selected Active Directory sites, domains,and organizational units (OUs), you apply the policy settings inthe GPO to the users and computers in those Active Directoryobjects. An OU is the lowest-level Active Directory container towhich you can assign Group Policy settings.

To use Group Policy, your organization must be using ActiveDirectory. By default, only members of the Domain Admins or theEnterprise Admins groups can create and link GPOs, but you candelegate this task to other users.

Next, as part of defining the goals for Group Policy,determine:

-The purpose of each GPO

– The owner of each GPO

-The number of GPOs to use

-The appropriate container to link each GPO (site, domain, orOU)

-The types of policy settings contained in each GPO, and theappropriate policy settings for users and computers.

Using Windows Server Group Policy to manage configuration for agroup of computers and users, including options for registry basedpolicy settings, security, security settings, software deployment,scripts, folder redirection, and performances. Group Policypreferences, now in Windows Server 2012, are more than 20 GroupPolicy extenstions that expand the range of configuration policysetting with Group Policy Object.

10 Ways to manage desktop with GPO

-Always wait for network at Startup and login

-Automated OS installation

-Startup, shutdown, logon, and logoff scripts

-Standardize OS “look and feel” settings

-configure windows firewall settings for system

-Strengthen Desktop security

-control windows update and automatic update

-folder redirection

-Standardize and secure

– Software installation policy for automated applicationdeployment software installation.

this is great but, the teacher is asking for exact GPOs and whythey configured this way and to show a grid