So.. “Windows 13” is out.. I mean… “Windows 10, Build 1607 Anniversary Edition” of course. And, it’s a pretty big update. To make your life easier I rounded up all the news about Group Policy and this build into one place. THIS PLACE.
Here we go !
Item #1: Get the latest ADMX download
Item #2: What to do with this ADMX download (video I made back in the day)
Item #3: Some Policy Setting items are ONLY in the Enterprise/Edu editions and NOT in Pro.
Here’s that list so you don’t punch a wall, wondering why a setting isn’t working as expected on your Pro machines.
Item #4: Latest ADMX Spreadsheet
First: The latest Group Policy Spreadsheet is found at:
But there are some old ones too. The right one to get is:
Here’s a picture so you don’t mess it up (like I did):
Item #5: How do you find ONLY new policies for Win 10 Build 1607?
When you open the spreadsheet it, look at COL H which says “New for”…
Here’s a picture:
Item #6: Microsoft Edge got some new policies
And .. at least one only works when the machines are DOMAIN JOINED ONLY (so Local Policy won’t work too if the machine is not domain joined.)
Item #7: How to delay the Anniversary Update.
Item #8: A bunch of stuff has changed around Windows Update.
I’m working on chewing thru this; and promise to have it sorted out by the time the Chicago class happens.
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