by Chris Sanders [Published on 17 July 2008 / Last Updated on 3 July 2008]
Windows Server 2008 Group Policy introduces a lot of flexibility in performing security tasks that often involved a bit more headache. One of these is more control of the administrator account on domain workstations.
Chris Sanders is a network security analyst for EWA Government Systems Inc. Chris is the author of the book Practical Packet Analysis as well as several technical articles. His personal website at www.chrissanders.org contains a great deal of information, articles, and guides related to network administration, network security, packet analysis, and general information technology.