Disabling network configuration settings using Group Policy

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How to disable network configuration settings using Group Policy

Ever wanted to do any of the following using Group Policy?

Disable File and Print Sharing for Microsoft Networks
Disable Client for Microsoft Networks
Disable NetBIOS over TCPIP

Well, you can’t do it using normal Group Policy settings, but you can do it as follows: Create a batch file that contains netsh.exe commands to perform the network configuration actions you want to perform, then use Group Policy to deploy this batch file to client machines as a startup script. ')}

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