You recently connected a new Windows 8 machine to your company's network with Active Directory, but it is not displaying the proper company logon screen, legal banner, or wall paper. What tool is best suited for correcting this problem.
"gpupdate" will pull all of the group policy settings from the Domain Controller, which can set uniform legal banners, backgrounds, and security settings for all of the company's systems. "regedit" is for editing the registry, while you can set these options through the registry it would be very tedious and not recommended. "msconfig" is a tool for editing startup, boot, and service options; it is not appropriate for this problem. "chkdsk" is for checking disk/file system integrity.
Group Policy is a feature of the Microsoft Windows NT family of operating systems that controls the working environment of user accounts and computer accounts. Group Policy provides centralized management and configuration of operating systems, applications, and users' settings in an Active Directory environment. A version of Group Policy called Local Group Policy ("LGPO" or "LocalGPO") also allows Group Policy Object management on standalone and non-domain …