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    what is wmi ion grouppolicy

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    Re: wmi and groupolicy

    Originally posted by rajaneesh View Post
    what is wmi ion grouppolicy
    WMI is Windows Management Instrumentation
    Ions are charged particles that have had electrons added or removed from them
    Group Policy is a way of applying settings to multiple computers or users in a windows active directory infrastructure
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      Re: wmi and groupolicy

      WMI filters can be used in Group Policy to have settings apply only if a certain criteria has been met. e.g. Windows XP, Windows 7 etc. I tend to avoid them as they can slow down logon time. I tend to use security filtering and grouping devices in a relevant OU structure, so WMI filters don't need to be used.

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