Can’t enable Windows Lock Screen After Inactivity via GPO? We can help you.
An important information security element is to lock the computer screen when not in use. Most often we forget to do that, leaving it vulnerable for anyone to access.
However, the auto-lock screen policy can fix this flaw.
As part of our Server Management Services, we assist our customers with several Windows queries.
Today, let us see how we can enable Windows Lock Screen after inactivity via GPO (Group Policy) on domain computers or servers.
Wondering how to map network drives or shared folders with Group Policy? We can help you.
We can use Group Policies to map shared network folders flexibly from SMB file servers as separate Windows network drives. Initially, .bat logon scripts containing ‘net use M: \\ro-fs01\sharename’ commands were used to map network drives in Windows.
When we map a network drive, it looks like a new drive under This PC in File Explorer, allowing us to quickly access the shared files we need.
Here at Bobcres, we map network drives or shared folders with Group Policy for our customers as apart of our Server Management Services. Today let’s see the steps that our Support Engineers follow for this mapping.
We can automatically copy files or folders via GPO to all domain computers.
Here, at Bobcares we have seen several such Group Policy related queries as part of our Server Management Services.
Today, we’ll take a look at how our Support Engineers go about with this query.