About Windows setting in Group policy management

Nepali Sandhya 260 Reputation points
2023-04-07T08:13:19.1133333+00:00

I want to ask If windows setting policy can be set for all versions or not I have read the description but there is not written supported version like as administrative template policy. So I cannot decide whether it supported for all versions or not User's image

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  1. Eqbal Hussain 1 Reputation point
    2023-04-07T10:08:45.8733333+00:00

    Yes it does support for all version of Windows OS. However some policy applies to Client/Desktop OS and some applies to Server OS. Its there in description of policy User's image


  2. S.Sengupta 15,841 Reputation points MVP
    2023-04-10T01:10:01.01+00:00

    No. You cannot apply the same policy settings across all the versions. For example: Group Policy settings that apply only to Windows 10 Enterprise and Education Editions

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  3. Eqbal Hussain 1 Reputation point
    2023-04-11T14:37:07.43+00:00

    Yes you can't apply same policy to across all the versions. You can create different OUs for based on OS like Desktop and Servers and apply policy to the OU.

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