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Your network contains an Active Directory domain named contoso.com.
You have a starter Group Policy object (GPO) named GPO1 that contains more than 100
settings.
You need to create a new starter GPO based on the settings in GPO1.
You must achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of administrative effort.
What should you do?

  • A. Run the New-GPStarterGPO cmdlet and the Copy-GPO cmdlet.
  • B. Create a new starter GPO and manually configure the policy settings of the starter GPO.
  • C. Right-click GPO1, and then click Back Up. Create a new starter GPO. Right-click the new GPO, and then click Restore from Backup.
  • D. Right-click GPO1, and then click Copy. Right-click Starter GPOs, and then click Paste.
Created 1 year, 3 months ago by zxgecn

zxgecn

B is wrong. Should be D. Starter GPO can be copy and paste in R2

Bonnycool

D is the answer. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn789192.aspx How to copy a Starter GPO Copying a Starter GPO Open the Group Policy Management Console. Expand the Starter GPOs node. Right-click the Starter GPO you want to copy and then click Copy. Right-click the Starter GPO node and then click Paste. Click OK.

shollingsworth

Hey guys you are wrong on this one . You can indeed copy a starter GPO as Bonny said but you cannot copy a GPO and then paste it into a Starter GPO. Your only option is to create a new and edit it based on a previous GPO.

vitgar

The question says that GPO1 is a starter GPO.

loslocos2017

but what i understand is they are saying on base of GPO1 not same as GPO1

kmcsheehan

I have to agree that D would be the correct answer based on the statement in question: "You have a starter Group Policy object (GPO) named GPO1 that contains more than 100 settings. You need to create a new starter GPO based on the settings in GPO1." Nowhere does is say based on an existing non starter GPO. This needs to be verified against the test.

UncleJap

Yes, I also think is D.

ammaralssayh

b

Ken0r

If you are creating a new GPO from the settings in the starter GPO you should right click the Starter GPO and click New GPO From Starter GPO. The question is basically asking you how to create a copy of an existing GPO. I tested this in my 2012 R2 lab and you can only Right Click the starter GPO click copy then click the Start GPO container and click paste. This will create a copy of the existing starter GPO. This will require the least amount of effort as the question asks. "You must achieve this goal by using the minimum amount of administrative effort." Answer B is the most amount of effort. The correct answer is D

kasia29x

Testd in lab it,s D

scot.mcpherson

you need to consider, exam labs isn't about teaching you how to do something, it's about passing the exam. FOr the first half of this exam, I am thinking...ya, that's wrong...but what if the answer in the real exam is wrong too? I haven't taken an MS exam in a LONG time, but they used to be notorious for known wrong correct answers