sponsored by Global Knowledge
Posted:  23 Jan 2009
Published:  23 Jan 2009
Format:  PDF
Length:  9  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

With Vista clients and Server 2008 systems, we have a number of new Group Policy settings that allow us to exert some level of control over which devices users can install and use.


It explains about the basics of Plug and Play: how its security model works, and the methods it uses to identify devices. It discusses the device installation policies first, followed by the device usage policies and then with some suggestions on how to target settings by using Group Policy Object links.


Glenn Weadock
Global Knowledge Instructor ,  Global Knowledge
Glenn Weadock is a longtime instructor for Global Knowledge and co-author of two new Microsoft Official Curriculum classes on Server 2008. He consults through Independent Software, Inc. and does software development for MarketCoach Investment Education Software, LLC. Glenn is the author of 18 computer books and lives in Golden, Colorado.

Application Life-Cycle Management | Change Management | Configuration Management | Device Control Software | Device Drivers | Windows Vista

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