Windows 7 Architectural and Internal Security Improvements - Multiple Local Group Policy Objects

As an administrator, you can now apply multiple Local Group Policy Objects to a single computer. This simplifies configuration management because you can create separate Group Policy Objects for different roles and apply them individually, just as you can with AD DS Group Policy Objects. For example, you might have a Group Policy Object for computers that are members of the Marketing group and a separate Group Policy Object for mobile computers. If you need to configure a mobile computer for a member of the Marketing group, you can simply apply both local Group Policy Objects rather than creating a single Local Group Policy Object that combines all of the settings.

Source of Information : Windows 7 Resource Kit 2009 Microsoft Press

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