Computer configurations, such as services, registry manipulation, common folder redirection, etc., help to provide standardized environment for all the users using the computer. These configurations can either be done to a single computer or to all the systems in a Site, Domain, or an Organizational Unit.
Launch essential applications at system startup.
Install or uninstall MSI & EXE packages on to the systems in LAN.
Schedule tasks and applications to run at defined time interval.
Create/Modify/Delete Local users in the computers in LAN.
Create/Modify/Delete Local Groups in the computers in LAN.
Create/Modify/Delete power schemes in the computers in LAN.
Manage essential Windows services in the computers in LAN.
Manipulate registry values and keys of the computers in LAN.
Execute custom scripts to accomplish organizational specific tasks during system startup or shutdown
Redirect common shell folders, such as common start menu, common desktop, common programs group etc., to a centralized location to enable users access these information from anywhere in the network.
Popup important information and warning messages during the system startup.
For more details on every Configuration, refer to the Windows Configurations topic in the online help.