These administrative templates are supplied in the following files:
- An option to limit the maximum configurable expiry time for the Temporary Helpdesk Token response feature.
- Configuration options for programming software tokens through the Active Roles Web Interface.
- An option to include a Send Mail feature allowing the sending of the token activation code by e-mail for a newly programmed software token.
A configurable performance enhancement for large installations.
Installing and configuring administrative templates
To install the administrative templates
Create a new Group Policy Object:
- On a domain controller, open Group Policy Management (gpmc.msc).
- In the left pane (console tree), expand the appropriate forest node, and then expand the Domains node.
- Right-click the appropriate domain node, and then on the shortcut menu click Create a GPO in this domain and Link it here.
- In the New GPO dialog box, type a name for the GPO being created, and click OK.
- Add the Defender Group Policy administrative templates to the GPO you have just created:
- In the left pane (console tree) of Group Policy Management, right-click the GPO you have created, and then on the shortcut menu click Edit.
Group Policy Management Editor opens.
- In the left pane (console tree) of Group Policy Management Editor, expand Computer Configuration | Policies.
- Right-click the Administrative Templates node, and then on the shortcut menu click Add/Remove Templates.
- In the dialog box that opens, click the Add button to add the Defender administrative template files DefenderGroupPolicy.adm and DefenderBindingGroupPolicy.adm to the Current Policy Templates list.
- When you are finished, close the dialog box.
The Defender administrative templates are installed to Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Classic Administrative Templates (ADM)\Defender.
To configure settings provided by the administrative templates
- Start Group Policy Object Editor (gpedit.msc).
- In the left pane, select Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Classic Administrative Templates (ADM)\Defender.
- In the right pane, double-click the setting you want to configure.
The DefenderGroupPolicy.adm file provides the following settings:
The DefenderBindingGroupPolicy.adm file provides the ADSI Configuration setting.