Profile management, the recommended approach is to answer these basic questions
about your environment:
Depending on the answer to each question, you configure Profile management differently as explained in the remaining topics in this section of eDocs. You only need to configure the policies that fit the answers to these questions; you can leave other policies in their default setting. Some policies should not be configured; for a list of these, see Manage.
After you have
answered each question and configured Profile management appropriately, you
a PowerShell script that examines a live Profile management deployment and
determines whether it is optimally configured. For more information on this
computers into OUs
If your answers to
the questions are the same for different sets of computers, consider grouping
them into an Active Directory Organizational Unit (OU) and configuring Profile
management using a single Group Policy Object (GPO) attached to that OU. If
your answers to these questions are different, consider grouping the computers
into separate OUs.
where a domain supports WMI filtering, you can group all computers into the
same OU and use WMI filtering to select between appropriately configured GPOs.