Microsoft 70-411 Exam – Q9

Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com. The domain contains a domain controller named DC1 that runs Windows Server 2012.
You have a Group Policy object (GPO) named GPO1 that contains several custom Administrative templates.
You need to filter the GPO to display only settings that will be removed from the registry when the GPO falls out of scope. The solution must only display settings that are either enabled or disabled and that have a comment.

How should you configure the filter? To answer, select the appropriate three settings in the answer area.
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Correct Answer:
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Explanation:
The Local Group Policy Editor provides the option to filter Administrative Template policy settings based on:
• Managed, Configured, or Commented policy settings.
• Keywords within the title, Help text, or comment of policy settings.
• Platform or application requirements of policy settings.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc772295.aspx

Filter with Property Filters
There are three inclusive property filters that you can use to filter Administrative Templates. These property filters include:
• Managed
• Configured
• Commented

The Managed property filter has three states: Any , Yes , and No. Setting this property filter to Any causes the Local Group Policy Editor to display all Administrative Template policy settings. Setting this property filter to Yes causes the editor to show only managed Administrative Template policy settings, hiding all unmanaged Administrative Template policy settings. Setting this property filter toNo causes the editor to show only unmanaged Administrative Template policy settings, hiding all managed Administrative Template policy settings.

The Configured property filter has three states: Any , Yes , and No. Setting this property filter to Any causes the Local Group Policy Editor to display all Administrative Template policy settings and is the default setting for this filter. Setting this property filter to Yes causes the editor to show only configured Administrative Template policy settings, hiding not configured policy settings. Setting this property filter toNo causes the editor to show only not configured Administrative Template policy settings, hiding configured policy settings.

The Commented property filter has three states: Any , Yes , and No. Setting this property filter to Any causes the Local Group Policy Editor to display all Administrative Template policy settings and is the default setting for this filter. Setting this proper filter to Yes causes the editor to show only commented Administrative Template policy settings, hiding policy settings without comments. Setting this property filter toNo causes the editor to show only Administrative Template policy settings without comments, hiding commented policy settings.