Archive for October, 2013

Prevent e-mail message recipients using Reply All or Forward

October 23, 2013 Leave a comment

By using NoReplyAll Outlook Add-In by Microsoft can prevent users from replying to all the recipients of your message or forwarding it.Its support Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013.

Here’s the steps to activate “How to Disable Reply All and Forward in Outlook Emails”

Download the tool from here

Install the NoReplyAll Outlook Add-In in your PC

Close your outlook and open again

Now you’ll see extra buttons at the end of the ribbon on the email composition window. Clicking on the buttons will prevent recipients of your emails from performing a reply to all, forward or reply to anyone. Clicking again toggles the relevant option’s state back again.

outlook add in

Now it’s completed

Now, CLICK that Reply all, reply and Forward button then send an email to yourself or any .

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Different GPO’s for Domain Controllers OU

October 22, 2013 Leave a comment

In this article describe how to create separate GPO for group or a specific domain controllers . For example, some scenario its intended to exclude some policies for specific or group of domain controllers from default domain controller Group policy. To achieve this goal, we could use the built-in “security filter” in GPMC. Please follow the steps below.

Step 1:Open GPMC and create GPO with set the desired policies

Step 2:Link the GPO to OU “Domain Controllers” OU

Step 3:Click the GPO in left pane, edit security filtering in right pane. Remove “Authenticated Users”, click “Add”, type the desired DC name and click “Check Names”, click “OK”.
NOTE: The Authenticated Users group includes both users and computers. So its need to remove it.


Then set the high priority for this GPO to overwrite the settings coming from the default domain controllers GPO.
Then the new GPO will be applied to the specific DC only.

The following article explain about Security filtering in GPMC

SCCM 2012 Feld Book Experience from Microsoft Press Released

October 13, 2013 6 comments

The book can download from here

This book is written by Microsoft subject expreinced engineers,the book is divided into the following three parts:

Part 1: WMI for System Center 2012 Configuration Manager administrators is designed to familiarize you with basic WMI concepts and tools, show you how to use WMI classes to create Configuration Manager queries, and help you understand the underlying database design of Configuration Manager so you can create custom reports for querying the information you need.

Part 2: System Center 2012 Configuration Manager reporting is designed to familiarize you with SSRS and show you how to integrate SSRS with Configuration Manager 2012 and to customize and create new reports using SSRS.

Part 3: Configuration Manager deployment tips provides tips that cover a wide variety of different scenarios to help you ensure the success of your deployments.

Categories: E Free Books

View MSS group policy settings in a Domain controller GPMC

October 5, 2013 5 comments

View MSS group policy settings in a Domain controller GPO

By default MSS settings are not visible in Group policy(GPO).MSS settings is used to hardening the DC’S .The MSS settings normally to be exist in Computer Configuration\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options.

MSS settings can be view using LocalGPO Tool (LGT) tool.The LocalGPO Tool (LGT) tool is available in the SCM package( Microsoft Security Compliance Manager)

Please follow below steps to available ‘MSS’ settings in your domain controller or any other GPO’s

Step 1: Download the Microsoft security Compliance Manager and install it on member of or any windows 7 workstations

Download Link: < >

Step 2: Then navigate to SCCM installation directory ( c:\Program Files\Microsoft Security Compliance Manager\LGPO ) and copy LocalGPO.msi to domain controller

Step 3 : Then run the LocalGPO.msi

Step 4 : After the Local GPO is installed, find the path of file . Such as C:Program Files (x86)LocalGPO

Step 5 : Configure Security Configuration Editor to display MSS setting in your DC .

a. Run the command-line as an administrator

b. Enter the path of file GPO by command CD C:\Program Files (x86)\LocalGPO
then run the below command

Cscript LocalGPO.wsf /ConfigSCE

Please check the success or failure by reference the following screenshot.

Now MSS settings is visible under Computer ConfigurationWindows SettingsSecurity SettingsLocal PoliciesSecurity Options.

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