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RE: Windows 2003, and Windows XP Group Policies
From: "Scot Braunzell" <sbraunzell () sinetimore com>
Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2004 17:07:23 -0400

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I'm currently working on a project that has this specific requirement as all the AD root, forest and branch is being 
formatted in excel. I would be happy to let you have the final versions of these documents upon completion, which 
should be within the next 2 weeks. I am sure that you could use these as a basis for your work.

All the best,

Scot Braunzell
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From: Nicholas Diotte [mailto:xphox () xphox net] 
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 4:53 PM
To: security-basics () securityfocus com
Subject: Windows 2003, and Windows XP Group Policies




Good afternoon,
I've been thinking of creating a spread sheet, which I can use to help plan my active directory policies. Before I go 
and spend alot of time creating an excel spreadsheet listing all available policies, and all possible settings, I was 
just currious if anyone has created something similar to this? If not, it looks like I'll be busy over the next few 
weeks, I'm only asking because I know this will take more then a few hours, and there really isn't any point in me 
reinventing the wheel. My eventual goal is to make some transparent sheets to display on my projector, that way I can 
explain, and make sure others in my department fully understand inheritance, and no overrides. Thank you, Nick

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