Updating adm files

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For instance, for this article I went to and downloaded I originally housed this template file in my c:\temp directory.

Group Policy Preferences are fully integrated with the Group Policy Management Console and Advanced Group Policy Management in Windows Server 2008. Just right-click the words "Administrative Templates" and then click "Add," as shown in Figure 1, to add in the template.

And now there are ADMX files, a new format that can seemingly only add to the confusion.

That's because they're both necessary and confusing.

For instance, you'll find Software Restriction Policy, Group Policy Software Installation, Folder Redirection, and, yes, the one we utilize most: Administrative Templates.

The Administrative Templates node appears on both the User and Computer sides.

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