Updating the adm files
We are now looking the GUID of every Group Policy Object (GPO) in our domain.Open up any policy and you should see a few subfolders. By default, your ADM folder will contain five ADM files. Every policy that you create will automatically include this ADM folder.To test and see if it works open GPMC and edit a GPO and open the Administrative Templates folder and you should see Office 2016 there.Don’t forget to Backup your policies before making changes.Instead, a new download was created to provide the latest version of the ADMX templates for Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.The file has a published date of August 5th and can be downloaded from https://
This will give you a chance to use policies designed for the latest MS operating systems.Recently I’ve been answering a few questions about the role of ADMX files (Administrative Templates) in Group Policy.For those who are new to Group Policy or haven’t spent a lot of time with it, I have seen some misunderstanding around what these template files actually do, and their role in GP processing.This course will enable your to perform common admin tasks, such as locking down access for temporary or contract employees and deploying software across the network.Author Rick Trader explores the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) and covers topics from configuring users' desktops with Group Policy objects to setting up security options like fine-grained passwords.