You work as a System Administrator for company Inc. The company has a Windows Server 2016 domain-based network. The network has 120 Windows 10 computers and two Windows Server 2016 servers.
You want to ensure that when users log on to any client computer on the network, settings can be changed,
but all settings are reset back to their default values when they log on again.
What will you do to accomplish the task?
A. Create a Group Policy Object.
B. Create a local user profile.
C. Create a roaming user profile.
D. Create a mandatory user profile.
In order to accomplish the task, you should create a mandatory user profile. A mandatory user profile is a
preconfigured, read-only user profile that administrators can use to specify settings for users in a Windows
environment. With a mandatory user profile, a user can modify the desktop, but any changes made are not
saved when the user logs off. The next time the user logs on, the mandatory user profile set by the
administrator is downloaded.
A: A Group Policy Object (GPO) is a collection of group policy settings. It affects the user and computer
accounts located in sites, domains, and organizational units (OUs).
B: A local user profile is stored locally on the hard drive of the computer on which the user logs on. If the
user logs on to a different computer, he gets the default settings for that computer.
C: A roaming user profile is stored in a centralized place and can be accessed from the network. When
users log on to their computers, they receive the desktop setting as it existed when they logged off.