Group policy on Windows allows managing the functionality of all domain-joined computers in one place. But policies can be of help when you configure individual PCs that are not connected to a local network. But what if the same settings need to be done on several computers, do you really have to connect them to a local network for this? The answer is NO, because you can export and import these settings by making a backup of Windows Group Policy. Continue reading “A simple way to backup, restore and export Windows Group Policy”
One of the useful features in Windows 11 and Windows 10 is the ability to create a full shadow copy manually for a drive or partition. If you are not familiar with shadow copies, they are a backup and recovery features of the OS. If some file gets corrupted, Windows can restore it from a shadow copy. As a nice bonus, there is the ability to extract individual files from a shadow copy.