Users can subscribe to the notification service, which is based on a granular defined event trigger such as Register, Check In, Create, and Delete for each object under the Version Control system. For approve and reject notifications, the email includes information on who was the last to approve any changes and the date of the last approved change.
Reports are included in notification emails when more details are required. For example, check-in notifications come with a settings report (to show the settings that were checked in) and a difference report (to show the differences between this version and the last version).
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A security group, user, or computer must have both Read and Apply Group Policy permissions for a policy to be applied. By default, all users and computers have these permissions for all new GPOs. They inherit these permissions from their membership in the group Authenticated Users. In GPOADmin, aside from changing the Security Filter, you can also manage the permissions of a particular group. For example, if you do not want a GPO applied to a group of users you can easily configure the permission on a particular GPO (“Deny Apply Group Policy”) so that it is not applied to the group of users.
GPOADmin allows you to configure real time (for quick regeneration of live data) and historical snapshot report templates. All reports now run asynchronously; therefore, you no longer have to wait until one report has rendered before initiating a new report.
You can organize controlled objects into a user-defined container hierarchy. Each container has its own security descriptor in which trustees can be granted (delegated) roles to define access to the container, subcontainer, or simply a specific GPO within these containers.
The Search folders allow you to quickly view controlled objects based on their state within the Version Control system. Search folders are used as an easy way for users to view the status of objects within the Version Control system.