Applying Group Policy Objects at the group level (73 percent) 4.
What does GPO stand for?
GPO stands for Group Policy Object (Microsoft Windows)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 74 other meanings of GPO in our Acronym Attic
- Goosepimp Orchestra (band)
- Government Pension Offset
- Government Printing Office
- Government Project Officer
- Government Publications Office
- Grade Print Out
- Graphics Processor Option (VT100)
- Greeley Philharmonic Orchestra (Greeley, CO)
- Green Party of Ontario (Ontario, Canada)
- Ground-Based FEL Project Office
- Group Purchasing Organization
- Guam Premium Outlets (Guam USA)
- Guaranteed Purchase Option (insurance)
- Gun Plot Officer
- Gun Position Officer
- General Purpose Output 1
- Galt Police Officers Association (Galt, California)
- Garbage Pickers of America
- Gardena Police Officers Association (California)
- Garland Police Officers Association (Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Change Guardian offerings now include: NetIQ Change Guardian for Group Policy, which documents all changes to Group Policy Objects to prevent modifications from adversely impacting security postures; NetIQ Change Guardian for Active Directory, which assures changes to Active Directory are authorised, monitored, verified and audited; and NetIQ Change Guardian for Windows, which monitors user activity and changes across Windows environments to provide file integrity monitoring and reduce the risk of insider attack.
In addition, he presents a clear, procedural approach to working with trigger-start services, details how to make the User Account Control part of an application, and shows how to use Group Policy Objects to work with the Windows Firewall.
We chose DeviceLock over other solutions due to its flexible controls and simplicity of implementation with group policy objects.
DigitalPersona Pro integrates with existing IT infrastructure such as Active Directory, and can be deployed via Group Policy Objects to ensure that identities are easier to maintain and portable across geographically distributed locations.
Centrify DirectControl for Mac OS X has added dozens of new group policy objects to its current suite of configuration and security management capabilities so that IT administrators can ensure that Macs adhere to the same best practices established for their Windows systems.
IT Managers can configure and deploy security policies using Group Policy Objects.
DeviceLock controls and audits activity at all peripheral ports and removable device interfaces on Windows(R)-based computers natively via Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPO) and/or DeviceLock management console.