6.8 Managing user environment
You can use Group Policy to control user environments such as their desktop settings, network connections,
and user interfaces. Windows Server 2003 includes Group Policy settings that give administrators extensive
control over user’s computer configurations. It allows you to manage desktop configurations for groups of
computers and users, including registry settings, security settings, Administrative Template settings, script
settings, and folder redirection. You can also use Group Policy in conjunction with Windows Installer to
deploy and manage software applications with a minimal amount of administrative effort.