Setting Registry Access Permissions via Group Policy

In this exercise, we'll step through how to set Registry permissions via Group Policy. For the purposes of this exercise, we'll select the default domain policy. However, in practice, you might apply these settings to an OU, a site, or a domain. 1. Click Start Run, type mmc in the Open text box, and then click OK to launch the Microsoft MMC. 2. Click File Add Remove Snap-in. 3. In the Add Remove Snap-in dialog, click Add. Scroll through the list until you locate Group Policy Object Editor....

Using the cipher Command to Add Data Recovery Agent

Click Start Run, type cmd, and then click OK. 2. Type this command at the prompt and then press Enter to execute the command If you do not specify a filename when using the cipher lr command, files named .CER and .PFX will be created essentially, no filename, just the extension . Instead, use a filename such as the testdra we used earlier. Once you've added the DRA to the EFS policy, you can right-click on the DRA and edit the properties, such as giving it a user-friendly name and a...