0Logo Criteri di gruppoFile ADM personalizzato per Windows Server 2003 / Dominio XP

Stavo scavando attraverso un vecchio back-up CD oggi e inciampato su un file ADM personalizzato che ho creato quando ero Amministrazione di un Windows Server 2003 / XP dominio Windows. Usare, copiare il seguente codice nel blocchetto per appunti, salvare il file con estensione adm sulla cartella System32 di un server di dominio. Aprire l'Editor Criteri di gruppo e aggiungere il file, quindi accedere alle "Impostazioni tecnici" per abilitare una qualsiasi delle impostazioni.


There are Machine and User set­tings including…
Abilitazione l'utilità EZ-GPO
Synaptics sensibilità del touchpad correzione
Dis­able lots of start-up applications
Dis­able lots of unneeded services
Controllo delle funzionalità Windows antivirus inc, messaggero, segnalazione degli errori, cd-Bruning
Media Player - disabilita azioni automatiche
impostazioni Java
impostazioni Adobe
Auda­city settings
Smart­Board settings
Win­dows Defend­er settings
Inter­net Explorer settings
Impostazioni di Screen Saver

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CATEGORY “Tech­ni­cians Settings”
CATEGORY !!EZ_GPO
POLICY !!BASE_CFG
KEYNAME “SoftwarePoliciesTerraNovumEZ_GPO”
EXPLAIN !!BASE_CFG_EXP
PART “Power Man­age­ment Set­tings Schema” DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED
VALUENAME “Set­tingsS­cheme”
ITEMLIST
NAME !!Set­tingsS­chemeS­im­pleIn­dex VALUE “Simple” Default
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Power Man­age­ment Set­tings Schema Major Ver­sion” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “MajorVer­sion”
DEFAULT 2
MIN 1
MAX 100
END PART
PART “Power Man­age­ment Set­tings Schema Minor Ver­sion” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “MinorVer­sion”
DEFAULT 0
MIN 0
MAX 99
END PART
PART “Con­trol Vari­able [Do Not Modi­fy]” DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED
VALUENAME “Con­trol”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Con­trol Vari­able [Do Not Modi­fy]” VALUE “Veri­fy” Default
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY !!OPTIONS
KEYNAME “SoftwarePoliciesTerraNovumEZ_GPOOptions”
EXPLAIN !!OPTIONS_EXP
PART “Force Standby to Be Set on All Machines” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “ForceSt­andby”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1 ;Force Standby flag
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY !!SETTINGS_SCHEME_SIMPLE
KEYNAME “SoftwarePoliciesTerraNovumEZ_GPOSimple”
EXPLAIN !!SETTINGS_SCHEME_SIMPLE_EXP
PART “AC No User Mon­it­or Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “ACUser­MonId­le­Time”
DEFAULT 10
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “AC No User Sys­tem Standby Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “ACUser­Stand­By­Id­le­Time”
DEFAULT 15
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “AC No User Hibern­ate Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “ACMach­Hibern­ateIdle­Time”
DEFAULT 30
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “DC No User Mon­it­or Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “DCUser­MonId­le­Time”
DEFAULT 2
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “DC No User Sys­tem Standby Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “DCUser­Stand­By­Id­le­Time”
DEFAULT 5
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “DC No User Hibern­ate Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “DCMach­Hibern­ateIdle­Time”
DEFAULT 10
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY ; EZ_GPO
CATEGORY “Hard­ware”
POLICY “Touch­pad Sens­it­iv­ity Fix”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Syn­aptic­sSyn­T­P­De­faults”
VALUENAME “AutoRe­cal­ib­ra­tion”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Star­tup”
;not fully managed
POLICY “Dis­able Star­tup Programs”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­Run”
PART “D‑Link Wire­less Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “D‑Link Air­Plus G”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%D‑LinkAirPlus GAirGCFG.exe”
END PART
PART “D‑Link Wire­less Con­fig Util” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “ANIWZCS2Service”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%ANIANIWZCS2 ServiceWZCSLDR2.exe”
END PART
PART “Install­shield Updates” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “ISUSPM Startup”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Common FilesInstallShieldUpdateServiceisuspm.exe ‑star­tup”
END PART
PART “Install­shield Updates Sched­uler” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “ISUSSched­uler”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Common FilesInstallShieldUpdateServiceissch.exe ‑start”
END PART
PART “Syn­chron­iz­a­tion Man­ager” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Syn­chron­iz­a­tion Manager”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%system32mobsync.exe /logon”
END PART
PART “Belkin Wire­less Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “wltray.exe”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%System32wltray.exe”
END PART
PART “Logit­ech Soft­ware Update” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Logit­ech­Soft­wareUp­date”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%LogitechVideoManifestEngine.exe”
END PART
PART “Logit­ech Cam­era Check­er” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Logit­echVideoR­e­pair”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%LogitechVideoISStart.exe”
END PART
PART “Logit­ech Cam­era Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Logit­echVideo­Tray”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%LogitechVideoLogiTray.exe”
END PART
PART “Logit­ech Cam­era Util­ity” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “LVCOMSX”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%LVCOMSX.exe”
END PART
PART “Norton Ghost” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “NGCli­ent”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%SymantecGhostngctw32.exe”
END PART
PART “Java Update” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Sun­JavaUp­dateS­ched”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “jusched.exe”
END PART
PART “Nero” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Ner­oCheck”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%NeroCheck.exe”
END PART
PART “Nero #2” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Ner­o­Fil­ter­Check”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%NeroCheck.exe”
END PART
PART “In CD” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “InCD”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%AheadInCDInCD.exe”
END PART
PART “Quick­time” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Quick­Time Task”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “qttask.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel Vga Tray Icon” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Igfx­Tray”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%igfxtray.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel Vga Tray #1” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Per­sist­ence”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%igfxpers.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel VGA Tray #2″ CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “igfx­pers”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%igfxpers.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel Hotkeys” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “HotKey­sCm­ds”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%hkcmd.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel HotKeys #2” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “igfx­hk­cmd”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%hkcmd.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel Audio Stu­dio” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “IntelAu­di­oStu­dio”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Intel Audio StudioIntelAudioStudio.exe TRAY”
END PART
PART “nVidia Con­trol Pan­el” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “NvCplDae­mon”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “RUNDLL32.EXE %SystemRoot%NvCpl.dll,NvStartup”
END PART
PART “nVidia Media Cen­ter” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “NvMe­di­a­Cen­ter”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “RUNDLL32.EXE %SystemRoot%NvMcTray.dll,NvTaskbarInit”
END PART
PART “nVidia Wiz­ard” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “nwiz”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “nwiz.exe /install”
END PART
PART “Power­D­VD Remote Con­trol” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Remote Control”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%CyberLinkPowerDVDPDVDServ.exe”
END PART
PART “Power­D­VD Remote Con­trol 2” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Remote­Con­trol”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%CyberLinkPowerDVDPDVDServ.exe”
END PART
PART “Power­D­VD Lan­guage” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Lan­guageShort­cut”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%CyberLinkPowerDVDLanguageLanguage.exe”
END PART
PART “Real­tek Input Pop-Up” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “High Defin­i­tion Audio Prop­erty Page Shortcut”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “HDAShCut.exe”
END PART
PART “Sounds Man­ager” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Sound­Man”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “Soundman.exe”
END PART
PART “Real­tek Audio Util­ity” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Alcmtr”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “ALCMTR.EXE”
END PART
PART “Real­tek HD Audio Con­trol Pan­el” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “RTHDCPL”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “RTHDCPL.EXE”
END PART
PART “Reak­tek Audio Device Detec­tion” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “AlcWzrd”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “ALCWZRD.EXE”
END PART
PART “Real­tek Voice Man­ager” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “SkyTel”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “SkyTel.exe”
END PART
PART “Sound­Max Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Sound­Max­PnP”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Analog DevicesCoresmax4pnp.exe”
END PART
PART “IDT Audio Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “SysTrayApp”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%IDTWDMsttray.exe”
END PART
PART “Acer Key­board Util­ity” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “HCon­trol”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemDrive%WINDOWSATK0100HControl.exe”
END PART
PART “Soft­mo­dem Help­er” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “SMSERIAL”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemDrive%WINDOWSsm56hlpr.exe”
END PART
PART “Soft­mo­dem Util­ity” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “AGRSMMSG”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “AGRSMMSG.exe”
END PART
PART “Syn­aptics Touch­pad Enhance­ment” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Syn­T­PEnh”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%SynapticsSynTPEnh.exe”
END PART
PART “Syn­aptics Touch­pad Enhance­ment #2” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Syn­T­P­Start”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%SynapticsSynTPStart.exe”
END PART
PART “Alps Touch­Pad Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Apoint”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Apoint2kApoint.exe”
END PART
PART “Adobe Read­er Speed Launch­er” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Adobe Read­er Speed Launcher”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%AdobeReader 8.0ReaderReader_sl.exe”
END PART
PART “Adobe Photo Down­load­er” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Adobe Photo Downloader”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%AdobePhotoshop Ele­ments 5.0apdproxy.exe”
END PART
PART “HP Soft­ware Update” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “HP Soft­ware Update”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Hewlett-PackardHP Soft­ware UpdateHPWuSchd2.exe”
END PART
PART “Olym­pus Cam­era Soft­ware” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “OM_Monitor”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%OLYMPUSOLYMPUS MasterFirstStart.exe”
END PART
PART “Intel­li­Point” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Intel­li­Point”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Microsoft IntelliPointipoint.exe”
END PART
PART “Rox­io Drag-to-Disc” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Rox­i­oDrag­ToDisc”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%RoxioEasy CD Cre­at­or 6DragToDiscDrgToDsc.exe”
END PART
PART “Rox­io Engine Util­ity” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Rox­ioEn­gineUt­il­ity”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Common FilesRox­io SharedSystemEngUtil.exe”
END PART
PART “S3 Video Driver Help­er” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “VTTimer”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “VTTimer.exe”
END PART
PART “S3 Video Driver Tray Icon” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “VTtrayp”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “VTtrayp.exe”
END PART
PART “HP Quick­Launch But­tons Tray” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “QlbCtrl”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Hewlett-PackardHP Quick Launch ButtonsQlbCtrl.exe /Start”
END PART
PART “PCTel Modem Util­ity” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “PCTVOICE”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “pctspk.exe”
END PART
END POLICY
;not fully managed
POLICY “Sys­tem Services”
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vices”
PART “CD Burn­ing Ser­vice” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vices­Imapi”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Smart Board Ser­vice” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vi­cesS­MART Board Service”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Smart Board Web Serv­er” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vi­cesS­MART Web Server”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Mes­sen­ger” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vicesMes­sen­ger”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4” DEFAULT
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Remote Registry” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vices­RemoteRegistry”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2” DEFAULT
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Uni­ver­sal PnP” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vice­supn­phost”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Admin Alerts” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vice­sAlert­er”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4” DEFAULT
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Clip­board Serv­er” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vicesClipSrv”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4” DEFAULT
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Index­ing Ser­vice” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vices­CiS­vc”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “nVidia Driver Help­er Ser­vice” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vices­NVS­vc”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Per­form­ance Logs and Alerts” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vi­cesSys­mon­Log”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Remote Assist­ance” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vices­RD­Sess­Mgr”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Tel­net” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vicesTl­ntS­vr”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4” DEFAULT
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “UPS” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
KEYNAME “SYS­TEM­Cur­rent­Con­trol­Set­Ser­vice­sUPS”
VALUENAME “Start”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Manu­al” VALUE NUMERIC “3” DEFAULT
NAME “Auto­mat­ic” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Win­dows Features”
POLICY “Overide Anti­vir­us Monitoring”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoft­Se­cur­ity Center”
VALUENAME “Anti­Vir­usOv­er­ride”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Win­dows Error Reporting”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoft­PCHealthEr­ror­Re­port­ing”
VALUENAME DoReport
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY “Pre­vent Win­dows Mes­sen­ger from Running”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoft­Mes­sen­ger­Cli­ent”
VALUENAME “Pre­ventRun”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Enable CD-Burn­ing for all Users”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows NTCurrentVersionWinlogon”
VALUENAME “Alloc­ate­DASD”
VALUEON NUMERIC 2
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Win­dows Media Player”
POLICY “Dis­able Auto­mat­ic Update”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsMe­diaPlay­er”
VALUENAME “Dis­ableAu­toUp­date”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Auto­mat­ic Upgrade”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsMe­diaPlay­er”
VALUENAME “EnableAu­toUp­grade”
VALUEON “No”
VALUEOFF “Yes”
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Java”
POLICY “Plu­gin”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Jav­aS­oft­Java Plug-in1.6.0_01”
VALUENAME “HideSys­tem­TrayIcon”
VALUEON NUMERIC “1”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “0”
ACTIONLISTON
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Jav­aS­oft­Java Plug-in1.6.0_02”
VALUENAME “HideSys­tem­TrayIcon” VALUE NUMERIC 1
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Jav­aS­oft­Java Plug-in1.6.0_03”
VALUENAME “HideSys­tem­TrayIcon” VALUE NUMERIC 1
END ACTIONLISTON
ACTIONLISTOFF
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Jav­aS­oft­Java Plug-in1.6.0_02”
VALUENAME “HideSys­tem­TrayIcon” VALUE NUMERIC 0
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Jav­aS­oft­Java Plug-in1.6.0_03”
VALUENAME “HideSys­tem­TrayIcon” VALUE NUMERIC 0
END ACTIONLISTOFF
END POLICY
POLICY “Update”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Jav­aS­oft­Java UpdatePolicy”
PART “Dis­able Update” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Enable­JavaUp­date”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Dis­able Auto Update” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EnableAu­toUp­dat­eCheck”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Don’t Noti­fy on Down­load” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Noti­fy­Down­load”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Don’t Noti­fy on Install” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Noti­fy­In­stall”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Don’t Prompt for AutoUp­date” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “PromptAu­toUp­dat­eCheck”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Adobe”
POLICY “Adobe Updater”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareAdobeUp­dater”
PART “Dis­able” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Enter­prise”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “Read­er EULA”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WAREAdo­beAc­robat Reader8.0AdobeViewer”
VALUENAME “Accept EULA” VALUEON NUMERIC 1
ACTIONLISTON
VALUENAME “Launched”
VALUE NUMERIC 1
END ACTIONLISTON
ACTIONLISTOFF
VALUENAME “Launched”
VALUE NUMERIC 0
END ACTIONLISTOFF
END POLICY
POLICY “Read­er Features”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WAREAdo­beAc­robat Reader8.0FeatureLockdown”
PART “Dis­able Updater” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bUp­dater”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Dis­able E‑Book Menu” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bShowEbook­Menu”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Dis­able Pur­chase” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bPur­chaseAcro”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Dis­able Cre­ate PDF Online” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bCre­ateP­D­FOn­line”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Dis­able Browser Integ­ra­tion” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bBrowser­In­teg­ra­tion”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
PART “Dis­able Send to Fed­Ex Kinko’s” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bFe­d­Ex­In­ter­net­Print­ing”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”

END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “Pho­toshop Elements”
KEYNAME “SoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall{A7B609FB-83D8-4FC3-8477–1BC65ECFE85B}”
PART “EULA Accep­ted” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_accepted”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “EULA Accep­ted Time” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_accepted_time”
VALUEON “2006−11−01 10:00”
END PART
PART “EULA Selec­ted” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_selected”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END PART
PART “Loc­ale” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_selected_locale”
VALUEON “en_us”
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_COUNT”
VALUEON NUMERIC 4
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion Date” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_DATE”
VALUEON “2006−11−01 10:00”
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion Declined” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_DECLINE_COUNT”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion State” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_STATE”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion Type” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_TYPE”
VALUEON NUMERIC 4
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “Première Elements”
KEYNAME “SoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionUninstall{530AFAFF-6F0A-48BB-88D0-04F9658322D3}”
PART “EULA Accep­ted” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_accepted”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “EULA Accep­ted Time” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_accepted_time”
VALUEON “2006−11−01 10:00”
END PART
PART “EULA Selec­ted” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_selected”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END PART
PART “Loc­ale” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “epic_eula_selected_locale”
VALUEON “en_us”
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_COUNT”
VALUEON NUMERIC 4
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion Date” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_DATE”
VALUEON “2006−11−01 10:00”
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion Declined” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_DECLINE_COUNT”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion State” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_STATE”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “Regis­tra­tion Type” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “EPIC_REGS_TYPE”
VALUEON NUMERIC 4
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Auda­city”
POLICY “Lame”
KEYNAME “SOFTWAREAudacityAudacityMP3”
PART “Lame Path” EDITTEXT
VALUENAME “MP3LibPath”
DEFAULT “%ProgramFiles%Audacitylame_enc.dll”
EXPANDABLETEXT
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “Lan­guage”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WAR­EAu­da­cityAu­da­city­Loc­ale”
PART “Auda­city Lan­guage” DROPDOWNLIST
VALUENAME “Lan­guage”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Eng­lish” VALUE “en”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Smart­Board”
POLICY “Dis­able Com-Port Prompt”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareS­MART Tech­no­lo­gies Inc.SMART Board Soft­ware­Board Tools”
VALUENAME “noboard”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF DELETE
END POLICY
POLICY “Gal­lery”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareS­MART Tech­no­lo­gies Inc.Gallery”
PART “Net­work Path” EDITTEXT
VALUENAME “Default­Mani­fest”
DEFAULT “\gatewayglobalsmartimsmanifest.xml”
EXPANDABLETEXT
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Dazzle 03”
POLICY “Dis­able Save To Web Intro”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareIndigo LearningDazzle03”
VALUENAME “ShowSaveToWebIn­tro”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Win­dows Defender”
POLICY “Set Sched­uled Scans”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dows DefenderScan”
PART “Sched­uled Day” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
VALUENAME “Sched­uleDay”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “8”
NAME “Monday” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
NAME “Tues­day” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Wed­nes­day” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Thursday” VALUE NUMERIC “5”
NAME “Fri­day” VALUE NUMERIC “6”
NAME “Sat­urday” VALUE NUMERIC “7”
NAME “Sunday” VALUE NUMERIC “1”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Sched­uled Time” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Sched­u­le­Time”
MIN 0
MAX 1440
SPIN 30
DEFAULT 0
END PART
PART “Scan Type” DROPDOWNLIST
VALUENAME “Scan­Para­met­ers”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Quick Scan” VALUE NUMERIC “1”
NAME “Full Scan” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY !!Dis­ableAntiSpy­ware
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows Defender”
EXPLAIN !!DisableAntiSpyware_Explain
VALUENAME “Dis­ableAntiSpy­ware”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY !!Dis­ableUn­known­RTP
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows Defend­er­Real-Time Protection”
EXPLAIN !!DisableUnknownRTP_Explain
VALUENAME “EnableUn­known­Prompts”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY !!Check­For­Sig­na­tures­Be­fore­Run­ning­Scan
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows DefenderScan”
EXPLAIN !!CheckForSignaturesBeforeRunningScan_Explain
VALUENAME “Check­For­Sig­na­tures­Be­fore­Run­ning­Scan”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY !!Force­Ful­lUp­date
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows Defend­er­Sig­na­ture Updates”
EXPLAIN !!ForceFullUpdate_Explain
VALUENAME “Force­Ful­lUp­date”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY !!EnableL­og­ging­ForKnown­Good
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows DefenderReporting”
EXPLAIN !!EnableLoggingForKnownGood_Explain
VALUENAME “Dis­ableL­og­ging­ForKnown­Good”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY !!EnableL­og­ging­ForUn­known
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows DefenderReporting”
EXPLAIN !!EnableLoggingForUnknown_Explain
VALUENAME “Dis­ableL­og­ging­ForUn­known”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY !!SpyNet­Re­port­ing
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows DefenderSpyNet”
EXPLAIN !!SpyNetReporting_Explain
PART !!SpyNetReporting_DropDownList DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED
VALUENAME “SpyNet­Re­port­ing”
ITEMLIST
NAME !!SpyNetReporting_DropDownList_Disabled VALUE NUMERIC 0
NAME !!SpyNetReporting_DropDownList_Basic VALUE NUMERIC 1
NAME !!SpyNetReporting_DropDownList_Advanced VALUE NUMERIC 2
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY !!Check­Al­tern­ate­Down­load­Loca­tion
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dows Defend­er­Sig­na­ture Updates”
EXPLAIN !!CheckAlternateDownloadLocation_Explain
VALUENAME “Check­Al­tern­ate­Down­load­Loca­tion”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
END CATEGORY

;;;;;;;;;;
CLASS USER
;;;;;;;;;;

CATEGORY “Tech­ni­cian Settings”
CATEGORY “Cook­ies”
POLICY “Allow cook­ies on enable website”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­In­ter­net SettingsP3PHistoryenable-online.com”
VALUENAME “”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF DELETE
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Smart­Board”
POLICY “Dis­able Com-Port Prompt”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareS­MART Tech­no­lo­gies Inc.SMART Board Soft­ware­Board Tools”
VALUENAME “noboard”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF DELETE
END POLICY
POLICY “Gal­lery”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareS­MART Tech­no­lo­gies Inc.Gallery”
PART “Net­work Path” EDITTEXT
VALUENAME “Default­Mani­fest”
DEFAULT “\gate­way­g­lob­als­martS­MART Essen­tials For Edu­cat­orsGal­lery Data Filesgallery_categories.xml”
EXPANDABLETEXT
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Star­tup Programs”
;not fully managed
POLICY “Dis­able Star­tup Programs”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­Run”
PART “Office Lan­guage Tools” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “ctf­mon”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%ctfmon.exe”
END PART
PART “Office Lan­guage Tools 2” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “CTFMON.EXE”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%SystemRoot%ctfmon.exe”
END PART
PART “Msn Mes­sen­ger” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “MsnMs­gr”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%Pro­gram­Files%MSN Messengermsnmsgr.exe /background”
END PART
PART “Win­dows Mes­sen­ger” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “msmsgs”
VALUEON DELETE
VALUEOFF “%ProgramFiles%Messengermsmsgs.exe /background”
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “IE7 Settings”
POLICY “Always show Menubar”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerMain”
VALUENAME “AlwaysShow­Menus”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Set Menubar to Top Position”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerToolbarWebBrowser”
VALUENAME “ITBar7Position”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Set Google as Default Search”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerSearchScopes”
VALUENAME “Default­Scope” VALUEON {2D16E5B6-2F07-4341–934E-118468986E78}
ACTIONLISTON
VALUENAME “Ver­sion” VALUE NUMERIC 1
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerSearchScopes{2D16E5B6-2F07-4341–934E-118468986E78}”
VALUENAME “Dis­play­Name” VALUE “Google”
VALUENAME “URL” VALUE “http://www.google.com/search?q={searchTerms}&rls=com.microsoft:{Lingua}&ie={inputEncoding}&oe={outputEncoding}&startIndex={startIndex?}&startPage={startPage}”
END ACTIONLISTON
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able First Run Wizard”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerMain”
VALUENAME “Dis­able­FirstRun­Custom­ize”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Phish­ing Filter”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerPhishingFilter”
VALUENAME “Enabled”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY “Turn Off Lan­guage Bar on Startup”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftCTF”
VALUENAME “Dis­able Thread Input Man­ager” VALUEON NUMERIC 1
ACTIONLISTON
VALUENAME “ExtraIcon­sOn­Min­im­ized” VALUE NUMERIC 0
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerInternational”
VALUENAME “AcceptLan­guage” VALUE “en-gb”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftCT­FM­SUTB”
VALUENAME “ShowDeskBand” VALUE NUMERIC 1
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftCT­FLang­Bar”
VALUENAME “ShowStatus” VALUE NUMERIC 3
END ACTIONLISTON
END POLICY
POLICY “Turn off Lan­guage Bar on Star­tup (part 2)”
KEYNAME “Key­board LayoutPreload”
VALUENAME “2” VALUEON DELETE
ACTIONLISTON
VALUENAME “ShowStatus” VALUE NUMERIC 2
KEYNAME “SoftwareClassesCLSID{540D8A8B-1C3F-4E32-8132–530F6A502090}”
VALUENAME “Men­u­Tex­t­PUI” VALUE DELETE
END ACTIONLISTON
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Cus­tom­er Improve­ment Program”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftIn­t­er­net ExplorerSQM”
VALUENAME “Dis­able­Cus­tomer­Im­prove­ment­Pro­gram”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Adobe Read­er 8”
POLICY “Show a taskbar icon for each document”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareAdo­beAc­robat Reader8.0AVGeneral”
VALUENAME “bDoc­u­mentsInTaskbar”
VALUEON “1”
VALUEOFF DELETE
END POLICY
POLICY “Bey­ond Acrobat”
KEYNAME “Soft­wareAdo­beAc­robat Reader8.0Downtown”
PART “Don’t show at launch” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bDont­ShowAt­Launch”
VALUEON NUMERIC “1”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “0”
END PART
PART “Don’t Go online” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “bGoOn­line”
VALUEON NUMERIC “0”
VALUEOFF NUMERIC “1”
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Win­dows Defender”
POLICY “Set Sched­uled Scans”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dows DefenderScan”
PART “Sched­uled Day” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
VALUENAME “Sched­uleDay”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Dis­abled” VALUE NUMERIC “8”
NAME “Monday” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
NAME “Tues­day” VALUE NUMERIC “3”
NAME “Wed­nes­day” VALUE NUMERIC “4”
NAME “Thursday” VALUE NUMERIC “5”
NAME “Fri­day” VALUE NUMERIC “6”
NAME “Sat­urday” VALUE NUMERIC “7”
NAME “Sunday” VALUE NUMERIC “1”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Sched­uled Time” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Sched­u­le­Time”
MIN 0
MAX 1440
SPIN 30
DEFAULT 0
END PART
PART “Scan Type” DROPDOWNLIST
VALUENAME “Scan­Para­met­ers”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Quick Scan” VALUE NUMERIC “1”
NAME “Full Scan” VALUE NUMERIC “2”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Non-Admin Access”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dows Defen­d­er­UX Configuration”
VALUENAME “AllowNon­Ad­min­Func­tion­al­ity”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “ScreenSaver”
;not fully managed
POLICY “ScreenSaver Settings”
KEYNAME “Con­trol PanelDesktop”
PART “Screensaver Time” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “ScreenSave­TimeOut”
MIN 1
MAX 120
DEFAULT 10
END PART
PART “Set Screensaver” DROPDOWNLIST NOSORT
VALUENAME “SCRNSAVE.EXE”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Default” VALUE “%SystemRoot%scrnsave.scr”
NAME “3D Fly­ing Objects” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ss3dfo.scr”
NAME “3D Text” VALUE “%SystemRoot%sstext3d.scr”
NAME “Logon” VALUE “%SystemRoot%logon.scr”
NAME “Bez­i­er Curves” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ssbezier.scr”
NAME “3D Flower­box” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ssflwbox.scr”
NAME “Mar­quee” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ssmarque.scr”
NAME “My Pic­tures Slideshow” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ssmypics.scr”
NAME “Mys­ti­fy” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ssmyst.scr”
NAME “3D Pipes” VALUE “%SystemRoot%sspipes.scr”
NAME “Fly­ing Stars” VALUE “%SystemRoot%ssstars.scr”
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “Fly­ing Objects Settings”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftScreensaversFly­ing Objects”
PART “Options” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Options”
DEFAULT 1
END PART
PART “Type” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Type”
DEFAULT 6
END PART
PART “Tes­sela­tion” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Tes­sela­tion”
DEFAULT 200
END PART
PART “Size” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Size”
DEFAULT 175
END PART
PART “Tex­ture” EDITTEXT
VALUENAME “Tex­ture”
DEFAULT “\serverlogoscr.bmp”
EXPANDABLETEXT
END PART
PART “Tex­ture­FileOff­set” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Tex­ture­FileOff­set”
DEFAULT 12
END PART
PART “All­Screens­Same” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “All­Screens­Same”
DEFAULT 0
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY “3D Text Settings”
KEYNAME “SoftwareMicrosoftScreensaversText3D”
PART “Rota­tion Speed” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Rota­tion­Speed”
DEFAULT 10
END PART
PART “Rota­tion Style” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Rota­tion­Style”
DEFAULT 3
END PART
PART “Size” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Size”
DEFAULT 5
END PART
PART “Text to Show” EDITTEXT
VALUENAME “Dis­playString”
DEFAULT “Greas­brough”
EXPANDABLETEXT
END PART
PART “Font” EDITTEXT
VALUENAME “Font­Face”
DEFAULT “Agency FB”
EXPANDABLETEXT
END PART
PART “Spec­u­lar” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Spec­u­lar”
DEFAULT 1
END PART
PART “Sur­face Type” NUMERIC
VALUENAME “Sur­fa­ce­Type”
DEFAULT 1
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY “Win­dows Features”
POLICY “Don’t hide inact­ive icons”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­Ex­plorer”
VALUENAME “EnableAu­to­Tray”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Desktop clean-up wizard”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­Ex­plorerDesktop­Cleanup­W­iz”
VALUENAME “NoRun”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Enable clas­sic con­trol panel”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­Ex­plorer”
VALUENAME “For­ce­Clas­sic­Con­trolPan­el”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END POLICY
POLICY “Don’t high­light newly installed software”
KEYNAME “Soft­ware­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sion­Ex­plorerAd­vanced”
VALUENAME “Start_NotifyNewApps”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY “Enable ClearType”
KEYNAME “Con­trol PanelDesktop”
VALUENAME “FontS­mooth­ing­Type”
VALUEON NUMERIC 2
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 1
END POLICY
POLICY “Dis­able Tour Popup”
KEYNAME “SOFT­WARE­Mi­crosoftWin­dowsCur­rentVer­sionAp­plet­s­Tour”
VALUENAME “Run­Count”
VALUEON NUMERIC 0
VALUEOFF DELETE
END POLICY
END CATEGORY
CATEGORY !!EZ_GPO
POLICY !!BASE_CFG
KEYNAME “SoftwarePoliciesTerraNovumEZ_GPO”
EXPLAIN !!BASE_CFG_EXP
PART “Power Man­age­ment Set­tings Schema” DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED
VALUENAME “Set­tingsS­cheme”
ITEMLIST
NAME !!Set­tingsS­chemeS­im­pleIn­dex VALUE “Simple” Default
END ITEMLIST
END PART
PART “Power Man­age­ment Set­tings Schema Major Ver­sion” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “MajorVer­sion”
DEFAULT 2
MIN 2
MAX 99
END PART
PART “Power Man­age­ment Set­tings Schema Minor Ver­sion” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “MinorVer­sion”
DEFAULT 0
MIN 0
MAX 99
END PART
PART “Con­trol Vari­able [Do Not Modi­fy]” DROPDOWNLIST REQUIRED
VALUENAME “Con­trol”
ITEMLIST
NAME “Con­trol Vari­able [Do Not Modi­fy]” VALUE “Veri­fy” Default
END ITEMLIST
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY !!OPTIONS
KEYNAME “SoftwarePoliciesTerraNovumEZ_GPOOptions”
EXPLAIN !!OPTIONS_EXP
PART “Secur­ity Over­ride” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “Secur­ityBy­pass”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1 ;Secur­ity Over­ride flag
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
PART “Force Standby to Be Set on All Machines” CHECKBOX
VALUENAME “ForceSt­andby”
VALUEON NUMERIC 1 ;Force Standby flag
VALUEOFF NUMERIC 0
END PART
END POLICY
POLICY !!SETTINGS_SCHEME_SIMPLE
KEYNAME “SoftwarePoliciesTerraNovumEZ_GPOSimple”
EXPLAIN !!SETTINGS_SCHEME_SIMPLE_EXP
PART “AC User Mon­it­or Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “ACUser­MonId­le­Time”
DEFAULT 10
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “AC User Sys­tem Standby Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “ACUser­Stand­By­Id­le­Time”
DEFAULT 15
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “AC Machine Hibern­ate Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “ACMach­Hibern­ateIdle­Time”
DEFAULT 30
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “DC User Mon­it­or Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “DCUser­MonId­le­Time”
DEFAULT 5
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “DC User Sys­tem Standby Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “DCUser­Stand­By­Id­le­Time”
DEFAULT 10
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
PART “DC Machine Hibern­ate Timeout” NUMERIC REQUIRED
VALUENAME “DCMach­Hibern­ateIdle­Time”
DEFAULT 15
MIN 0
MAX 300
END PART
END POLICY
END CATEGORY ; EZ_GPO
END CATEGORY

[strings]
DisableAntiSpyware=“Turn off Win­dows Defender”
DisableAntiSpyware_Explain=“Turns off Win­dows Defend­er Real-Time Pro­tec­tion, and no more scans are scheduled.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting, Win­dows Defend­er does not run, and com­puters will not be scanned for spy­ware or oth­er poten­tially unwanted software.nnIf you dis­able or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default Win­dows Defend­er runs and com­puters are scanned for spy­ware and oth­er poten­tially unwanted software.”
DisableUnknownRTP=“Turn off Real-Time Pro­tec­tion Prompts for Unknown Detection”
DisableUnknownRTP_Explain=“Turns off Real-Time Pro­tec­tion prompts for unknown detection.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting, Win­dows Defend­er does not prompt users to allow or block unknown activity.nnIf you dis­able or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default Win­dows Defend­er prompts users to allow or block unknown activ­ity on the computer.”
CheckForSignaturesBeforeRunningScan=“Check for New Sig­na­tures Before Sched­uled Scans”
CheckForSignaturesBeforeRunningScan_Explain=“Checks for new sig­na­tures before run­ning sched­uled scans.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting, the sched­uled scan checks for new sig­na­tures before it scans the computer.nnIf you dis­able or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, the sched­uled scan begins without down­load­ing new signatures.”
ForceFullUpdate=“Download Entire Sig­na­ture Set”
ForceFullUpdate_Explain=“Downloads the full sig­na­ture set, rather than only the sig­na­tures that have been updated since the last sig­na­ture down­load. Down­load­ing the full sig­na­ture set can help troubleshoot prob­lems with sig­na­ture install­a­tions, but because the file is large, it can take longer to down­load. nnIf you enable this policy set­ting, the full sig­na­tures set is downloaded.nnIf you dis­able or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default only updated sig­na­tures are downloaded.”
EnableLoggingForKnownGood=“Enable Log­ging Known Good Detections”
EnableLoggingForKnownGood_Explain=“Enables log­ging detec­tion data dur­ing Real-time Pro­tec­tion when Win­dows Defend­er detects known good files. Log­ging detec­tions provides you with detailed inform­a­tion about the pro­grams that run on the com­puters you monitor.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting, known good files are logged.nnIf you dis­able or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default known good files are not logged.nnEnabling this policy set­ting can res­ult in a great­er num­ber of events in the log.”
EnableLoggingForUnknown=“Enable Log­ging Unknown Detections”
EnableLoggingForUnknown_Explain=“Enables log­ging detec­tions dur­ing Real-time Pro­tec­tion when Win­dows Defend­er detects unknown files. Log­ging detec­tions provides you with detailed inform­a­tion about the pro­grams that run on the com­puters you monitor.nnIf you enable or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default unknown files are logged.nnIf you dis­able this policy set­ting, unknown files are not logged.nnEnabling this policy set­ting can res­ult in a great­er num­ber of events in the log.”
SpyNetReporting=“Configure Microsoft SpyNet Reporting”
SpyNetReporting_Explain=“Adjusts mem­ber­ship in Microsoft SpyNet.nnMicrosoft SpyNet is the online com­munity that helps you choose how to respond to poten­tial spy­ware threats. The com­munity also helps stop the spread of new spy­ware infections.nnHere’s how it works. When Win­dows Defend­er detects soft­ware or changes by soft­ware not yet clas­si­fied for risks, you see how oth­er mem­bers respon­ded to the alert. In turn, the action you apply help oth­er mem­bers choose how to respond. Your actions also help Microsoft choose which soft­ware to invest­ig­ate for poten­tial threats. You can choose to send basic or addi­tion­al inform­a­tion about detec­ted soft­ware. Addi­tion­al inform­a­tion helps improve how Win­dows Defend­er works. It can include, per esempio, the loc­a­tion of detec­ted items on your com­puter if harm­ful soft­ware has been removed. Win­dows Defend­er will auto­mat­ic­ally col­lect and send the information.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting and choose “No Mem­ber­ship” from the drop-down list, SpyNet mem­ber­ship will be dis­abled. At this set­ting, no inform­a­tion will be sent to Microsoft. You will not be aler­ted if Win­dows Defend­er detects unclas­si­fied soft­ware run­ning on your com­puter. Loc­al users will not be able to change their SpyNet membership.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting and choose “Basic” from the drop-down list, SpyNet mem­ber­ship is set to “Basic”. At this set­ting, basic inform­a­tion about the detec­ted items and the actions you apply will be shared with the online com­munity. You will not be aler­ted if Win­dows Defend­er detects soft­ware that has not yet been clas­si­fied for risks.nnIf you enable this policy set­ting and choose “Advanced” from the drop-down list, SpyNet mem­ber­ship is set to “Advanced”. At this set­ting, you send your choices and addi­tion­al inform­a­tion about detec­ted items. You are aler­ted so you can take action when Win­dows Defend­er detects changes to your com­puter by unclas­si­fied soft­ware. Your decisions to allow or block changes help Microsoft cre­ate new defin­i­tions for Win­dows Defend­er and bet­ter detect harm­ful soft­ware. In some instances, per­son­al inform­a­tion may be sent but no inform­a­tion is used to con­tact you.nnIf you dis­able or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default SpyNet mem­ber­ship is dis­abled. At this set­ting, no inform­a­tion will be sent to Microsoft. You will not be aler­ted if Win­dows Defend­er detects unclas­si­fied soft­ware run­ning on your com­puter. Loc­al users will still be able to change their SpyNet membership.”
SpyNetReporting_DropDownList=“Microsoft SpyNet Membership”
SpyNetReporting_DropDownList_Disabled=“No Membership”
SpyNetReporting_DropDownList_Basic=“Basic”
SpyNetReporting_DropDownList_Advanced=“Advanced”
CheckAlternateDownloadLocation=“Turn on defin­i­tion updates through both WSUS and Win­dows Update”
CheckAlternateDownloadLocation_Explain=“This policy set­ting allows you to con­fig­ure Win­dows Defend­er to check and install defin­i­tion updates from Win­dows Update when a loc­ally man­aged Win­dows Serv­er Update Ser­vices (WSUS) serv­er is not available.nnWindows Defend­er checks for defin­tion updates using the Auto­mat­ic Updates cli­ent. The Auto­mat­ic Updates cli­ent can be con­figured to check the pub­lic Win­dows Update Web site or a loc­ally man­aged WSUS serv­er. When a com­puter is not able to con­nect to an intern­al WSUS serv­er, such as when a port­able com­puter is roam­ing out­side of the cor­por­ate net­work, Win­dows Defend­er can be con­figured to also check Win­dows Update to ensure defin­i­tion updates are delivered to these roam­ing machines.nnIf you enable or do not con­fig­ure this policy set­ting, by default Win­dows Defend­er will check for defin­i­tion updates from Win­dows Update, if con­nec­tions to a loc­ally man­aged WSUS serv­er fail.nnIf you dis­able this policy set­ting, Win­dows Defend­er will check for defin­i­tion updates only on a loc­ally man­aged WSUS serv­er, if the Auto­mat­ic Updates cli­ent is so configured.nn”
WindowsXP=“Microsoft Win­dows XP or later”
GPOnly=“Unsupported Admin­is­trat­ive Templates”
GPOnlyPolicy=“EZ_GPO.adm”
EZ_GPO=“EZ GPO by the Envir­on­ment­al Pro­tec­tion Agency”
MONITOR_PM=“PC Power Management”
BASE_CFG=“Base Options”
BASE_CFG_EXP=“These are the base con­fig­ur­a­tion set­tings for the pro­gram to func­tion. You should enable this and choose all of the defaults unless you are sure about what you are doing. See the doc­u­ment­a­tion for more info.”
OPTIONS=“Options”
OPTIONS_EXP=“The first option named Secur­ity Bypass (NB: User based only and not found under the Com­puter Policy hive) dir­ects the tool to bypass the hard­coded restric­tions placed on it to change power man­age­ment set­tings. See the doc­u­ment­a­tion for more but it is only needed when users are of type user or guest. Appunto, this is a safety over­ride (like rm ‑f) and does not actu­ally gives users of insuf­fi­cient rights, the abil­ity to change PM set­tings. The second option, Force Standby, over­rides the default beha­vi­or of the tool which enables sys­tem standby on machines cap­able of S3 (ACPI ver.2) o meglio. Enabling this option will allow the tool to set standby on earli­er ACPI and APM2 cap­able machines. This could be use­ful for non Intel or laptop heavy envir­on­ments since standby worked bet­ter on non S3 cap­able laptops as opposed to desktops.
SettingsSchemeSimpleIndex=“Simple Set­tings Scheme”
SETTINGS_SCHEME_SIMPLE=“Simple Scheme”
SETTINGS_SCHEME_SIMPLE_EXP=“This is the most basic Set­tings Scheme avail­able. Each set­ting can be set to a range of 0–300 minutes where 0 = ‘Nev­er’. NB: Hiberna­tion should be high­er than Sys­tem Standby or set to 0. It should nev­er be equal to Sys­tem Standby.”[/xml]

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